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Residents, businesses asked to participate in broadband survey

6:54 PM, May 14, 2013  |  Comments
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The Department of Public Instruction and Public Service Commission of Wisconsin are partnering to promote a residential and business broadband demand survey through May, according to the Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools website.

Survey results will be used to map unmet needs or demand for high-speed Internet and communicate those needs to Internet providers.

Surveys for residents and businesses can be accessed here for residences or here for businesses.

Contact Tithi Chattopadhyay, state broadband director, Public Service Commission, at PSCStateBroadbandOffice@wisconsin.gov with questions or for more information.

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