RG FIBER to expand fiber internet in rural Douglas and Johnson Counties

RG FIBER to expand fiber internet in  rural Douglas and Johnson Counties

Douglas and Johnson Counties, KS: RG FIBER was awarded a Connectivity Emergency Response Grant (CERG) to expand our fiber internet in rural Douglas and Johnson Counties.

RG FIBER will build 54 more miles of their underground all-fiber network installed in conduit by the end of the calendar year. The fiber will be brought all the way into the home/business to provide multi-gig services.

According to the most recent FCC Broadband Maps (Form 477 data), all of rural Douglas and Johnson Counties are served with multiple “broadband” providers. However, over the past 3 years of interacting with businesses and residents throughout the community, RG FIBER has learned that service has been misstated or misrepresented.

So RG FIBER created The Speed Truth Challenge℠ to crowd-source speed tests directly from the businesses and residents of the Spring Hill community. The data revealed with a 95% confidence that 62% (+/- 3.3% margin of error) of the homes/businesses cannot get 25/3.

About RG FIBER: Founded in 2014, RG FIBER has reimagined how world-class internet could be designed, built, and operated specifically for the millions of us who choose to live, work, and play in underserved small town communities throughout America. RG FIBER’s software-driven technology manages the company’s 100+ mile fiber network providing industry-leading reliability, speed, and affordability. Our mission is to end the digital divide and restore America’s digital infrastructure leadership.

Learn more about RG Fiber at rgfiber.com