SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT (June 10 2011) – Here is the latest availability report from FairPoint Communications as we turn up more neighborhoods across Vermont. We will be sending these to you weekly for the next three weeks. FairPoint’s high-speed Internet service will reach customers along all or portions of the following streets:
Derby and Holland: Cross, Fishing Access, Holland, Holland Pond, Lafoe, Line Farm, Lyon, Moulton Hill, Page Hill, Prairie, School, Smith and Wheeler.
Fairfield: Bradley, Burnor, Pion, Route 36, St. Pierre, Street, Swamp and West.
Hyde Park: Benson, Bourdeau, Breeze Hill, Centerville, Diggins, Jewett, Lanphear, Levesque, McKinstry Hill, Mead, Mead Hill, Mountain Estate, Orchard Farm and Sugar Ridge.
Killington: Alran, Anthony, East, Gifford Woods, Heather, Heights, Killington, Lakewood, Moon Ridge, Nanak, Old Route 4, Prior, Route 100 Route 4, Telemark, Thundering Brook, Toboggan, Village and Woods.
Newport and Derby: Burgess, Cove, Derby, Eagle Point, Lackey, Lake Park, Lands End, Point, Windswept and Woodlawn.
Poultney: Chelsea, Clark Hollow, East, Hampshire Hollow, Lennox, Morse Hollow, Poultney, Route 140 and Town Farm.
Ryegate: Dargie, Farm, Keenan, Papermill, Reservoir Hill, River, Route 5, Ryegate, School and Wallace.
Sheldon and Highgate: Burnor, Charles, Chase, Cook, Darlene, Durkee, Hanna, Heald, Machia, Morey, Route 78, Samson and School.
Stowe: Alpine View, Arctic, Atwood, Back Pasture, Bedell Farm, Bull Moose Ridge, Hill, Horizons, Innisfree, Lower Tamarack, Main, Maple Run, Moren, Percy Hill, Ron Terrill, Sargents Farm, Sterling Gorge, Sterling Ridge, Sterling Valley, Sterling Woods, Tamarack, Weeks Hill and Winterbird.
Underhill: Chads, Corbett, Deane, Ellsworth Meadow, Fern Hollow, Fuller, Glenn, Harvey, Macomber, Moose, Paul Cook, Pleasant Valley, Sage, Waughbrook and Westman.
Weathersfield and Windsor: Bowen Hill, Colonial Manor, Ferry, Lands End, Melody, River, Roberts and Route 5.
White River Junction and Hartford: Aldrich, Apple, Brookmeade, Brookside, Bugbee, Christian, Cottage, Fieldstone, Harvest, Magnolia, Sanctuary, Sandcherry, Skyline, Sterling Springs, Sycamore, Vermont and Wheelock.
These new broadband rollouts are part of the company’s new fiber-based, high-capacity network called VantagePoint(SM). FairPoint’s VantagePoint network provides residential speed options as fast as 15Mbps. Broadband service on the VantagePoint network means customers can smoothly stream live video, play online games and upload photos and large files with ease. Always-on broadband access provides almost instant connections to information, news and entertainment.
Since April 2008, FairPoint has invested more than $60 million in the communications infrastructure and technology to bring broadband to Vermont, including building almost 1,000 miles of new fiber across the state.
Internet packages start at $35.99 per month. For additional information about FairPoint high-speed Internet prices and bundled plans, residential consumers can call 1.866.984.2001 or visit www.FairPoint.com.
FairPoint Communications, Inc., (NASDAQ: FRP) (www.FairPoint.com) is a leading communications provider of high-speed Internet access, local and long-distance phone, television and other broadband services to customers in communities across 18 states. Through its fast, reliable data network, FairPoint delivers data and voice networking communications solutions to residential, business and wholesale customers. VantagePoint(sm), FairPoint’s resilient IP-based network in northern New England, provides business customers a fast, flexible, affordable Ethernet connection. The VantagePoint(sm) network supports applications like video conferencing and e-learning. Additional information about FairPoint products and services is available at www.FairPoint.com. You can also connect with FairPoint on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/myfairpoint) and Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/myfairpoint).
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