Comments on news posted 2012-08-31 08:42:17: While Time Warner Cable and CenturyLink did pay state legislators to pass a law making it much harder for communities in North Carolina to wire themselves, not everything is rotten in the Tar Heel State. ..
I would be a fan of this company, IF there are no caps for their FTTH build.
I can't imagine people would subscribe if there are caps.. the service would be a perfectly good waste of TAXPAYER money.. don't forget where they're getting s nice chunk of change to build this FTTP..
How many FTTP builds do you know that have bandwidth caps? It's almost unheard of..
Another project that should have NEVER been financed. I know plenty of small local- co-ops that have been able to fund FTTH with no problems out in the middle of nowhere. So why can't companies like this?
Anyone that takes gov't money should be required to have their networks SHARED.