Cincinnati Bell brings broadband to Indiana

Thanks to a partnership between Cincinnati Bell and the city of Greendale, Indiana, residents will have access to a broadband fiber network over the next two years.

The city says it will spend $625,000 towards the project in which Cincinnati Bell will invest $2.5 million to implement the project.

“Internet connectivity is mission-critical to access jobs, educational opportunities, and health-care resources,” says Tom Simpson, chief operating officer of Cincinnati Bell. 
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