There are two main factors that will determine our ability to provide Broadband. The first is the use of some equipment in the telephone network that boosts signal or allows the telephone company to provide service over non-copper facilities. If the service to your house uses this type of equipment, you will not be able to get Broadband. The second factor is distance. Distance (the length of your line between your location and the telephone company equipment office) is a very important factor in whether or not you can get Broadband, and what speed you can get. Please be aware that distance limits for speeds can vary widely based on the quality of your particular line.
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