Prescott ENews: Arizona To Expand Broadband Connectivity Along Interstate 40 West

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Governor Doug Ducey today announced the next step in the state’s efforts for all Arizonans to receive fast, affordable and reliable high-speed internet: an investment of $68.1 million to expand broadband connectivity along Interstate 40 West from Flagstaff to the California border.

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