"More internet connected services become available in Princeton"

Patricia Roy of The Landmark newspaper in Central Mass. covers the rollout of the Charter-built network in the Town of Princeton, a project supported by a Last Mile grant from the MBI's private provider grant program.

A Charter executive noted the scope of the new network in the article:

“The success of Charter’s network expansion was largely due to the cooperation and collaborative efforts with the Princeton town administration and Municipal Light and Police Departments, all of whom were a pleasure to work with,” said Greg Garabedian, Charter Communications Area Vice President. “This resulted in over 1,300 homes gaining access to high-speed internet, including gigabit connections, broadly and rapidly for the first time, and helps to address the goal of the Baker-Polito Administration to bring broadband to unserved areas of the Commonwealth.”

Read the full piece on The Landmark's website.

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