Regional Broadband FAQ’s
2. Enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with WiredWest, indicating that your town wishes to use WiredWest services after your network is built. Knowing which towns are “in” will greatly help the planning, design and build process!
3. Build your network with the help of the MBI or independently.
4. WiredWest will assist with town-wide marketing and advertising and help your townspeople sign up and begin service.
The advantage of acting cooperatively is that it saves towns from having to manage their networks and as a group we’re getting better prices for services because we have more bargaining power for negotiating terms and price. WiredWest provides the service of acting as an agent and broker and source of centralized information on behalf of participating towns – plus cost sharing. An unseen benefit that many towns have already experienced is having a larger pool of skilled volunteers working on your behalf than what each town alone can provide.