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Commissioners approve new Internet services

A proposal for new high speed Internet services for the Boone County Courthouse was approved by commissioners during their meeting Monday, Dec. 29.
Ed Knott and Tom Krings of Applied Connective Technologies brought a proposal for both telephone and Internet services as requested by the board.
Knott explained the fiber optic Internet service provided by Netlink, Inc., a subsidiary of Great Plains Communications, Inc.
The new system would upgrade the county’s Internet connection to 50 Mbps download and 100 Mbps upload at a cost of $400 per month for a 60-month contract, with installation charges waived.
Details in the Dec. 31 Albion News and Petersburg Press Print & E-Editions.