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Broadband

Affordable, reliable, high-speed internet access is becoming a necessity for families and businesses. I'm working hard to remove barriers that are hindering expansion of this service in our communities.

Here are some Broadband bills I filed in the last couple of years:

August 11, 2020 Northern Loudoun All Points/ NOVEC Announcement I was pleased to join All Points Broadband and NOVEC to announce an agreement that will support All Points’ efforts to extend 

fiber-to-the-home broadband service to more than 1,000 homes in northern Loudoun County. The initial locations targeted for service are within or adjacent to NOVEC’s service territory and do not have access to fiber-optic, gigabit-capable broadband today. If you live in the area in purple on the map below, and are interested in receiving this fiber-optic internet, please read more and register your location here

July, 2020 update on LCPS / Loudoun County Government / SEGRA Fiber Network The LCPS Fiber network is nearing completion, and work on the County project is moving forward. While this fiber network will provide better internet service to schools and government facilities, and save significant taxpayer money over time, I'm most excited about these projects because SEGRA will make fiber available for internet service providers in the area. Contact me if your neighborhood is near the network (see map to the right, and at link above) and needs broadband service.

In May of 2019, Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Frazeer and I hosted a Broadband Town Hall meeting. The handout from this meeting is here. A news article covering the Broadband Town Hall is here Another news article highlighting some of the progress we're making in Loudoun is here

One critical issue that has been hindering rural broadband efforts around the country is lack of realistic maps of where people are served or not. In very exciting recent news, Virginia has a head-start on other states, because the Commonwealth was one of two states in a groundbreaking new mapping process. More information on the mapping pilot program is here.

August 15, 2018, I gave a presentation on HB1283 at the Virginia Broadband Advisory Council meeting.

While HB656 did not pass in 2018, it led to ongoing meetings and coordination between Loudoun County and DHR staff; one provider recently told me "As an applicant, we continue to see great strides by DHR in this area and are grateful for everyone’s efforts and support." 

Another important piece of rural broadband legislation I supported was my Loudoun County colleague Randy Minchew's 2016 legislation HB912 Transportation, Department of; installation of broadband conduit on public highways.

 

 

Local Broadband Providers:

33rd District Local government's broadband information pages are here:

Here are some providers which serve parts of the 33rd District (please let us know if we're missing any):

 

Wired Broadband & Cable TV Service Providers (Video, Internet, Voice)

Comcast
http://www.comcast.com/
Phone: 888-266-2278
Comcast Loudoun Service Map (PDF)

Verizon FiOS
https://www.verizon.com/home/fios-fastest-Internet/
Phone: 888-438-3467
Verizon FiOS Loudoun Service Map (PDF)

Shentel Business
https://shentelbusiness.com
Phone: 800-743-6835

Lumos Networks
https://www.lumosnetworks.com/
Phone: 855-GO-LUMOS

 

Wireless Residential & Business Broadband and Metro-Ethernet Providers

All Points Broadband
http://www.allpointsbroadband.com/
Phone: 703-554-6600

BitHaulers
https://www.bithaulers.com/
540-369-8185

BroadAspect
http://www.broadaspect.com/
Phone: 703-443-8274
Phone: 866-894-8444

NOVA Wireless
http://www.novawireless.net/
Phone: 703-348-3543

Saratoga ISP
http://www.saratogaisp.com
Phone: 571-339-9097

Sugarloaf Network 
https://www.sugarloafnet.com/
Phone: 301-605-6450
Sugarloaf Network serves a limited area in northern Loudoun County.

Telegia
https://telegia.com/
Phone: 855-698-3534, ext.502
Telegia serves a limited area in the 20180 zip code.

Verizon HomeFusion
https://www.verizonwireless.com/home-services/lte-internet-installed/
Phone: 866-822-9406

Visual Link Internet 
http://www.visuallink.com/
Phone: 540-754-1630
Visual Link serves a limited area in western Loudoun County.

Waterford WISP 
http://waterfordwisp.com/
Phone: 301-951-5075

Wave2Net
https://www.wave2net.com/
Phone: 540-667-2672

Winchester Wireless
http://winchesterwireless.com/
Phone: 540-665-0800

Virginia Air Networks
http://www.vaairnet.com/
Phone: 540-328-9876

 

Satellite TV & Internet Services Providers

DirectTV
https://www.directvdeals.com/
Phone: 877-777-9708

Dish Network
https://www.dish.com/
Phone: 888-434-0112           

Excede
https://www.zoetisus.com/pages/excede-home/index.aspx
Phone: 855-465-3715

HughesNet
https://internet.hughesnet.com/
Phone:  877-863-6312

NOVECnet
http://www.novecnet.com/
Phone:  877-829-2927

WildBlue
https://www.viasat.com/wildblue
Phone: 855-627-2554

Skycasters
https://www.skycasters.com/
Phone: 330-785-2100

 

DSL Service Providers

Visual Link Internet 
https://www.visuallink.com/
540-754-1630

 

Cellular Internet

AT&T
https://www.att.com/
Phone: 888-333-6651

Sprint
https://www.sprint.com
Phone: 866-275-1411

T-Mobile
https://www.t-mobile.com/
Phone: 800-T-MOBILE

Verizon Wireless
https://www.verizonwireless.com/
Phone: 800-711-3400


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