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02/24/22

Highline Announces Internet Service Expansion into Grand Junction Colorado Area

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Highline today announced the launch of lightning-fast Gigabit fiber internet service for the Grand Junction Colorado area, addressing...
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02/18/22

Highline Brings Real High-Speed Internet Service to Pueblo West Colorado!

PUEBLO WEST, Colo. -- Highline today announced the launch of lightning-fast Gigabit fiber Internet service to unserved, underserved and previously unhappily...
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02/08/22

Highline Turns up its First Customer in Sanilac County, MI!

SANDUSKY, Mich. -- Highline, a rapidly-growing Michigan Internet Service Provider has officially launched its lightning-fast gigabit Fiber Internet service in...
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02/03/22

Upson County Awarded Funds for Broadband Accessibility

The Upson County Board of Commissioners and Highline are pleased to announce that $4,430,000.00 has been awarded toward providing more reliable access to broadband in Upson County, GA.
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01/11/22

Nebraska Grants Awarded

Highline announced several grant awards under the Nebraska Broadband Bridge Act, which will help provide high-speed internet to customers in west-central and southwestern Nebraska.
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12/20/21

Rural Schoolcraft Co. to Get internet Upgrade in 2023

Residents in rural areas of Schoolcraft County will have access to high-speed internet in the near future.
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11/02/21

Pike Co. Announces Partnership with WavCom

Pike Co. has entered into a partnership with WavCom to provide affordable high-speed Internet access to its residents.
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11/02/21

Spalding Co. Announces Partnership with WavCom

Spalding Co. has entered into a partnership with WavCom to provide affordable high-speed Internet access to more than 600 homes and businesses in rural GA.
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10/28/21

Highline Brings Real High-Speed Internet Service to Michigan!

Highline Internet announced the launch of 1 Gigabit fiber internet service to unserved, underserved and previously unhappily served households in the U.P. and Thumb markets of Michigan.
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