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Comcast Now Available to 2,000 Additional Vermont Homes and Businesses

Source: Comcast

Comcast announced the completion of a project to expand its Xfinity 10G Network, and deliver its full suite of Xfinity and Comcast Business services, to more than 2,000 additional homes and businesses in Vermont. The expansion connects residents and businesses in the towns of Elmore, Eden, Sudbury, Wardsboro and Wolcott as well as more addresses in areas already serviced by Comcast, including Hubbardton, Jamaica, Stratton and Morristown.

The milestone is part of Comcast’s ongoing expansion in Vermont, where the company has invested more than $93 million in technology and infrastructure over the last three years – including upgrades to its local network.

“Access to advanced broadband is a powerful driver of innovation and economic growth,” said Carolyne Hannan, Senior Vice President of Comcast’s Western New England Region. “We are proud to complete this expansion and provide over 2,000 more Vermont residents and businesses with fast, secure and reliable broadband services through the Xfinity 10G Network that will meet the community’s needs now and into the future.”

Residents now have access to Xfinity’s full suite of Internet products, including the company’s Internet Essentials program that provides low-cost, high-speed broadband for income constrained households. Comcast also participates in the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides eligible low-income households with a credit of up to $30 per month ($75 per month on Tribal lands) toward their Internet and/or mobile service.

Residents and businesses can check Xfinity.com/MyTown to see if their address is eligible for service. Prospective customers can also call 1-800-XFINITY to inquire about service.

Comcast is committed to advancing digital equity in the communities it serves. The company’s recent community partnerships in Vermont have totaled $3 million in cash and in-kind contributions to more than 48 local non-profits in the last three years. This investment includes the installation of 4 Lift Zones in Vermont, which provide free, high-speed WiFi service to local community centers to promote digital learning. These programs are part of Project UP, Comcast’s $1 billion commitment to advance digital equity and help build a future of unlimited possibilities and is the continuation of the company’s long history of giving back to communities where it provides service and where its employees live and work.

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