Offering Up to $1000 Credit to Aid Broadband Construction

Allband Offering Aid for Widespread Broadband Access

Allband Communications would like to give every home in our four county corridor of Northeast Michigan high speed, broadband Internet and telephone. Since our inception, our mission has been widespread broadband access. The Internet provides resources that are imperative to our world today. We have information at our fingertips! The power and ability to learn a new skill, work from anywhere and understand what is going on in the world around us.

Without access to this resource, our children suffer with little ability to do homework or online studies. Those on disability have to wait longer to go back to work rather than outputting work remotely from an Internet access. Our adult children move away from home to find jobs.

Although our tireless efforts have brought advanced communications to our rural area, the technological divide still exists.

To continue to work toward our mission of widespread broadband access Allband is offering an aid to construction. Allband will provide a $500 aid to construction credit for a new fiber drop installation to homes located in the Allband Multimedia area. Individuals located in the Cooperative area are eligible for a $1000 aid to construction credit for a new fiber drop installation.

We will provide interested parties with a free estimate! Our estimates are produced at our cost of installation plus the aid to construction credits.

This investment will reap you long-term rewards. We bury our lines, providing stability to the connection with little to no effect from weather and increasing the overall value of your property.

Wall Street Journal: Fast Internet Access Drives Up Home Values

Getting fiber to the home is worth the investment, and we will do everything we can to help you get there.

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  1. […] of Allband Communications original cooperative area. In order to encourage digital inclusion, Allband is offering credit for construction of the network. Those within the cooperative’s footprint who have not yet connected are eligible for a $1,000 […]

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