pm August 24, 2017 WCFIBER has opened up Harris Mill, Summit Place, Forest Lake, and Cobblestone as new areas (“zones”) in Greenwood.

WCFIBER has already begun the preliminary construction work.

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We understand that many people have concerns about this ruling, but please know WCFIBER has no plans to make changes to our service.

Our single concern is giving you the best internet experience available today and in the future.

For those who have already signed up, you’ll be contacted for an appointment once the primary construction is done and a connection is made from the curb to the outside of your home.

If you haven’t talked to our team yet, now is the best time to complete your order while our crews are in these two neighborhoods.

A sure “sign” that something is happening in your neighborhood is when you see this sign set up near our trucks.

We have a number of areas that recently finished construction and services are being installed at homes now.

So, if you live in one of these areas, be sure to call our office to place an order today. You may be wondering what the big deal is that WCFIBER is building to these neighborhoods.

You may even be asking yourself, who needs speeds up to 1,000 Mbps anyway?

NTCA — The Rural Broadband Association, which represents WCFIBER and other small rural telcos, recently testified before a congressional committee about the legislation.

If you’d like more details on NTCA’s position, you can read the testimony here: October 25, 2017 Our construction crews have had a busy fall season so far.

You’ve probably seen headlines about today’s FCC vote to remove 2015 internet regulations often called net neutrality.