DSL broadband stimulus applicants

 

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Applicant Location  Total Request  Description
Southwestern Telephone Company Quartzsite, AZ  $     3,423,624

Southwestern Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.

Somerset Telephone Company North Anson, ME  $     5,313,171 Somerset Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Arvig Telephone Company Pequot Lakes, MN  $     7,358,993 Arvig Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Butler Telephone Company, Inc. Butler, AL  $     3,892,920 Butler Telephone Company, Inc., a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Chatham Telephone Company Chatham, MI  $     8,605,935 Chatham Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Delta County Tele-Comm, Inc. Paonia, CO  $     5,353,216 Delta County Tele-Comm, Inc., a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Home Telephone Company Condon, OR  $     5,337,020 Home Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Island Telephone Company Beaver Island, MI  $     2,773,496 Island Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Leslie County Telephone Company Hyden, KY  $     6,448,166 Leslie County Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
The West Penobscot Telephone and Telegraph Company Corinna, ME  $        838,480 The West Penobscot Telephone and Telegraph Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Mid-State Telephone Company New London, MN  $     8,376,308 Mid-State Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Arizona Telephone Company Phoenix, AZ  $     2,660,065 Arizona Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
The Stoutland Telephone Company Stoutland, MO  $     2,224,204 The Stoutland Telephone Company, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, proposes a project to bring high speed DSL broadband service to remote, unserved households within its rural service territory, which is comparable to the DSL service provided in its more populated areas. The network is also engineered so that it can be easily upgraded at a reasonable cost to meet future needs.
Greenfly Networks Inc. Billings, MT  $     3,611,422 Clearfly intends to utilize stimulus funding to deploy 20-45 Mbits/sec EFM and advanced DSL capabilities to 11 markets in Montana. One of its customers, Billings Clinic, a major health-care provider in the State, will be the primary Community Anchor Tenant and will utilize the significant bandwidth upgrade to provide advanced medical services to 20 partners in 11 rural communities of Montana.
Foundation Telecommunications Inc Rogers, AR  $     5,246,703 The Foundation Telecommunications, Inc. ('FTI") proposes our Two-Way Commercial Satellite Internet Service to address 115 small rural communities across 10 states that are located so far from conventional terrestrial resources that DSL or other means will not likely be offered within the foreseeable future and is economically unjustifiable at this time.
Baca Valley Telephone Company, Inc. Des Moines, NM  $     3,237,000 The project proposed by Baca Valley Telephone Company, Inc. is to provide fiber optic connectivity to a number of new cabinets and existing buildings and deploy a last mile access system intended to provide ADSL2+ broadband services to households and businesses in two separate PFSAs located in the northeast area of New Mexico.
WPTI Telecom LLC Minden, NV  $        499,976 Buildout non-discriminatory DSL and wireless infrastructure in Stagecoach, NV
Halstad Telephone Company Halstad, MN  $        493,000 Halstad Telephone's project will install electronic enhancements to existing Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) to increase broadband capability to 100 Megabits for Internet and video service to 800 locations in the town of Hillsboro, Traill County, North Dakota.
Megapath, Inc. Costa Mesa, CA  $   42,550,278 MegaPath Inc. will provide ADSL 2+ broadband service, together with a bundled router/access device, to underserved markets surrounding 337 of MegaPath's Central Offices along the I-95 highway corridor. This proposal will overcome two key barriers to broadband adoption and sustainability by providing both affordable, robust Internet access, and affordable computing technology, all for $29.99.
Totah Communications, Inc. Ochelata, OK  $     8,512,465 • Exchanges in Oklahoma and Kansas are targeted for improvements • Provide xDSL in the rural remote Oklahoma and Kansas exchanges • Broadband will spur economic activity and create jobs • Strategic Institutions will greatly benefit from this project • 152 Total Route Miles • Approximately 800 additional new customers • Estimated 60 jobs saved/created
ZippyTech Incorporated Durango, CO  $     2,124,460 Deploy Remote Terminals near Carbondale, Colorado for the purpose of delivering xDSL broadband to rural customers.
Northwest Area School District Shickshinny, PA  $          38,150 Increase internal network and Internet bandwidth to 2 of the districts 3 elementary schools. This increase in bandwidth will allow the students to take advantage of the world of interactive and distance learning technologies. The opportunities to access the interactive content on the Internet will help better prepare the students for both future education as well as future life lessons.
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