Will the Town be competing with companies like Time Warner Cable and Century Link?
No, the Town’s network will not compete with internet and cable companies. The North Carolina General Assembly established strict rules on the way fiber networks can be used by municipalities. The Town is using this network to serve its own needs and functioning within the legal limits set forth by North Carolina law, Article 16A of NCGS § 160A.

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1. What is a fiber network?
2. How much did building the Holly Springs network cost?
3. How does the Town plan to pay for the fiber network?
4. Why does the Town need its own fiber network?
5. Why couldn't the Town have used wireless technology to serve its needs?
6. Will the Town be competing with companies like Time Warner Cable and Century Link?
7. How does the fiber network benefit the Town?