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CenturyLink technicians Red Coe and Bobby Canipe (l-r) splice fiber optic lines that were accidentally sliced while another company was laying new fiber optic lines that will provide broadband service to College of The Albemarle, off US Highway 17 Business, Thursday.

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CenturyLink technicians Red Coe and Bobby Canipe (l-r) splice fiber optic lines that were accidentally sliced while another company was laying new fiber optic lines that will provide broadband service to College of The Albemarle, off US Highway 17 Business, Thursday.

Some question need for broadband

By Cindy Beamon And Peter Williams

The Daily Advance

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Will a new high-powered Internet cable being installed in the Albemarle boost business or simply duplicate services already offered by private providers?

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