CVFiber brings service to Middlesex and Worcester

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Vermont Business Magazine CVFiber is excited to bring fiber Internet service to parts of Middlesex and additional parts of Worcester. Site surveys have already begun in the area to help decrease installation wait times. Aerial installations will be scheduled throughout the winter with underground conduit installations beginning in the spring. Parts of Calais continue to be scheduled for installations as well. Expansion efforts in Woodbury are underway with construction likely continuing until the end of the year.   

“We are hearing more about the positive impact that fiber Internet is bringing throughout Central Vermont. From online music jam sessions to after school programs, high-speed connectivity is impacting multi-generations. We are committed to expanding equitable access throughout our member towns,” said CVFiber Executive Director Jennille Smith.   

Eligible service areas can now sign up by selecting their package on our website, Preregistration is also recommended for areas that are not yet eligible for service.   

About CVFiber: As a community-owned and operated Internet service provider, CVFiber is serving its 20 Central Vermont communities with a unified goal to provide fast, reliable, and world-class Internet to every Vermonter within its member towns.  In partnership with Waitsfield & Champlain Valley Telecom, which operates the network and interacts with its customers, CVFiber is equipped to meet the growing needs of Vermonters as it expands into new district zones. Twenty communities are a part of the CVFiber district: Barre City, Barre Town, Berlin, Cabot, Calais, Duxbury, East Montpelier, Middlesex, Marshfield, Montpelier, Moretown, Northfield, Orange, Plainfield, Roxbury, Washington, Waterbury, Williamstown, Woodbury, and Worcester. Learn more at CVFiber’s website.  

Source: 2.21.2024. CVFiber, 29 Main St., Ste. 4 , Montpelier, VT 05602 

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