Info about the Mountain Connect Rural Broadband Conference that was held in on June 16 and 17 in Breckenridge, Colorado.
The next meeting will be at Fremont Sanitation District building on:
December 3rd, 2013 @ 11:00 AM
Is your Internet giving you the blues?
Too expensive? Not reliable? Slow? No high-speed options available where you are?
Rural areas tend to lack in adequate high speed broadband services as compared to most urban communities. High speed broadband (a.k.a. Internet) is becoming a more and more lucrative and necessary service to all communities. Many critical functions such as emergency services, health care, government, businesses, as well as the future of home services like telephone, cable, and personal Internet services heavily rely on high speed broadband connections. The lack of such services could be devastating to smaller communities such as those throughout Fremont County.
What we can do about this!
The FremontConnect initiative is organizing a local team of businesses, community leaders and interested citizens to look at the current state of our internet service and develop a comprehensive plan to provide reliable and affordable internet access through broadband services.
Please help us by filling out the Colorado Broadband Survey for residential and business below. Click the link below for more information:
It will take less than 15 minutes. Please ask your friends and colleagues to take it too.
To find out how fast your Internet connection is:
To provide info about your Internet services for your home click the following link:
To provide info about Internet services for your business click the following link:
Before you complete the Survey, please consider the following:
|1.||Enter your address|
It is optional on the survey, but providing it will help us use the speed test results to better map existing broadband service in the County.
|2.||Complete one survey from your home and one for your office.|
|3.||Fill out as much information as possible.|
Results will be aggregated and no individual information will be available to the public.