This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to think big . . . to finally address the digital divide.
— All Points Broadband CEO Jimmy Carr
• What: 705-mile fiber optic network connecting underserved areas of Fauquier, which include 10,500 homes and businesses.
• Partners: All Points Broadband, Dominion Energy, Fauquier County and Rappahannock Electrical Cooperative.
• Total cost: $64 million.
• Funding: $38.8 million from All Points, $14.7 from state, $10.5 million from county.
• Timeline: Network construction finished in early 2024, assuming state grant approval.
• Service provider: Leesburg-based All Points.
• Installation cost: $199.
• Monthly charge: $59.99 for 50-Mbps to $119.99 for 1-Gbps.