APB continues connecting customers
With make-ready construction in Northern Neck Electric Cooperative service territory complete, All Points Broadband is thrilled to be advancing the fiber-to-the-home initiative in the Northern Neck.
Many customers in Richmond County are experiencing the blazing-fast and reliable fiber broadband network that All Points Broadband has built in partnership with NNEC.
The All Points Broadband fiber network began in Richmond County and is now in the process of expanding into Northumberland County. Installations are underway, and eligible addresses have received mail and email communications from All Points Broadband.
King George, Westmoreland and Lancaster counties will be built out as the network expands across the peninsula. Residents should be on the lookout for communications from All Points Broadband to stay updated regarding the process.
The Northern Neck regional broadband project is a partnership between All Points Broadband, Northern Neck Electric Cooperative, Dominion Energy Virginia, Northern Neck Planning District Commission, and the five counties of the Northern Neck.
The project is funded in part by Virginia Telecommunication Initiative grants from the Department of Housing and Community Development and will ultimately connect over 10,000 unserved locations.
“Live connected” is more than just a company motto. High-speed broadband brings friends and family into your home with the click of a button, makes getting your dream job possible without moving cross country, and gives you a path to achieve your academic goals without setting foot outside your home. Stream, video chat, game online, work remote and learn at home on a blazing-fast, fiber network without compromise.
All Points Broadband is ready to help the Northern Neck step into the future.