Louisa County is finalizing a partnership with Rappahannock Electric, Firefly Fiber Broadband, and Dominion Energy Virginia to ensure high-speed internet access is available to all of the homes and businesses in the County.
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Firefly holds Town Hall meetings in each location when it is time to sign up for service.
Five electric cooperatives in Virginia and Maryland have announced the creation of an innovative association of broadband cooperatives to help bring world-class internet service to underserved rural areas.
Firefly Fiber BroadbandSM, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Central Virginia Electric Cooperative (CVEC), announced its plans to make fiber-connected, gigabit speed broadband internet service available to every home and business in Nelson County by the end of calendar year 2024.
These additional funds, made available by Governor Northam, were awarded to localities based on a first come first serve basis.
Firefly Fiber BroadbandSM is pleased to offer free Wi-Fi to area residents to help with remote work and studies during the pandemic.
Eligible low-income households can get a monthly discount of $7.25 for phone or $10 for internet service.