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Internet Group Working with Huntland

16 Percent of Huntland Residents Currently Have Access to High Speed Internet.
By Deidre Ortiz - Staff Writer

Huntland will soon be able to offer its residents more Internet accessibility thanks to a decision made by the city board Monday night, Dec. 21 to partner with Monster Broadband, Inc.

After Monster Broadband representatives presented a proposal for its wireless broadband Internet services, the board members agreed to have the company install an antenna on the water tank at Pleasant Ridge allowing the city's more rural residents to gain access to high speed Internet.

Steve Baker, principle owner of the company, explained to the aldermen that Monster Broadband, a for-profit company, has been in business for more than a year now, working with Connected Tennessee, a Nashville non-profit, to help bring DSL and cable modem services to rural communities. Monster Broadband currently servers Moore County, Center Grove, bell Buckle and rural Bedford County.

Baker stated that Monster Broadband is an independently ran business, and the company...

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