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Over the last decade or so, Iowans have paid about $200 million to create a statewide fiber-optic network, and it seems to do a good job of serving schools and some local governments.
Iowa's best hope for the future, though, may lie in universal access to high-speed Internet service. Some communities already have it, and at very competitive rates. Other places can only get it at high prices -- or not at all.
How your hometown may live or die on whether it gets high-speed Internet access, and how you can get the kind of service you want.
The conversation starts at 9:00 on Sunday night here on Newsradio 1040 WHO.
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