Eastern Carolina Broadband has mounted transmitter equipment on this grain elevator in Lenoir County's Deep Run community, which can provide a wireless signal for internet service in a five-mile radius. The new technology has been hailed as a "game changer" for rural broadband.
Eastern Carolina Broadband has mounted transmitter equipment on this grain elevator in Lenoir County's Deep Run community, which can provide a wireless signal for internet service in a five-mile radius. The new technology has been hailed as a "game changer" for rural broadband. Colin Campbell ccampbell@ncinsider.com
Eastern Carolina Broadband has mounted transmitter equipment on this grain elevator in Lenoir County's Deep Run community, which can provide a wireless signal for internet service in a five-mile radius. The new technology has been hailed as a "game changer" for rural broadband. Colin Campbell ccampbell@ncinsider.com

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