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Loveland businesses invited to take Broadband Survey

Post Date:07/29/2016 4:15 PM

Contact: Tom Hacker, public information officer, 962-2302

Voters have given a green light to begin active research on the feasibility of high-speed, fiber-optic broadband service throughout Loveland.

The City and its new consultant Magellan Advisors have begun that process by starting a community-wide conversation on the City of Loveland’s Open City Hall forum.

More than 700 Loveland households have already responded to a survey tailored to home-internet users. Now it’s time to survey Loveland-area businesses, to continue the conversation that will ultimately determine the path ahead for community broadband in Loveland.

This research process is guided by a set of rules requiring that any new service be:

• Fast, offering speeds greater than 1 gigabyte of digital information per second.
• Affordable, with rates lower than what most residents pay for their existing internet connections.
• Inclusive, providing access to every resident, business and institution within Loveland.
• Reliable, ensuring that the service is available on demand and without interruption.

The results of this and future surveys will provide the basis for a broadband needs assessment that will be a key piece of Magellan’s ultimate recommendation to the City.

The broadband survey for businesses can be found at  
or by clicking Here.

Thank you in advance for your time and responses.

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