Raleigh, NC – CarolinaLink, North Carolina’s Broadband Cooperative Coalition, today released a list of highlights accomplished by their members throughout 2020. CarolinaLink is made up of North Carolina’s seven broadband membership cooperatives who provide advanced technology services to many of the state’s most rural areas. The seven members include ATMC, Randolph Communications, Riverstreet Networks, Skyline/Skybest, Star Communications, Surry Communications and Yadtel.
CarolinaLink has highlighted the successes of its members as detailed in the list below:
“Despite the many challenges of the pandemic, our cooperative members have worked hard to find ways to continue to expand rural broadband to some of the most rural areas of the state,” commented Dwight Allen, Executive Vice President of CarolinaLink. “We are proud of the collective success of CarolinaLink members in a year where connectivity has proven to be more essential than ever.”
Coalition members serve over 150,000 rural homes and businesses in North Carolina and are committed to expanding rural broadband to unserved and underserved communities throughout the state. CarolinaLink members serve residents and businesses in thirty counties throughout the state and employee more than 1,000 North Carolinians.
For more information about CarolinaLink and their members, visit www.carolinalink.org.
CarolinaLink is a political advocacy group for the North Carolina Broadband Cooperative Coalition (NCBCC). NCBCC is made up of the North Carolina’s seven Broadband Membership Cooperatives, who together provide advanced technology services to many of the state’s most rural areas. Through CarolinaLink these companies advocate for public policy goals which improve the lives of North Carolinians living in rural areas, such as ensuring access to state-of-the-art communications services at reasonable prices, whatever their address. CarolinaLink member companies include ATMC, Randolph Communications, RiverStreet Networks, Skyline/Skybest, Star Communications, Surry Communications and Yadtel. For more information about CarolinaLink, visit carolinalink.org.
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