The first attempt to roll out an island-wide high speed internet network stalled almost as soon as it started in large part due to sticker shock. The project was tagged at about $8 million, and the general response from the island was, “No thanks.”
Today, a few years later, the Broadband Committee is aiming for a more fact-based approach to the project, which is in part why it has so far not even attempted to estimate what the island-wide network will cost or how long it will take to install.
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