Federal stimulus brings internet, HD cable to southern Columbus

COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Federal stimulus money will help bring high-speed internet to an underserved part of our area. ATMC is getting a $16 million grant and loan for an all fiber network for about 4,000 homes and businesses in southern Columbus County.

The money will help ATMC provide the area with broadband internet as well as phone and high definition cable TV service. The area includes the communities of Nakina, Old Dock, Guideway, Pireway, Crusoe, Bug Hill, Antioch, Dothan and Sandy Plain.

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