There is a monopoly for faster Internet service in Baltimore. Cost and speed and lack of choice motivates this citywide campaign supported by the Roland Park Civic League. The campaign goal is the deployment of fast fiberoptic technology as has already occurred in many other cities. An adequate fiber network can then allow competition for the provision of Internet services. Backing the campaign does not commit you to purchasing any service but shows by our numbers, that there are sufficient residents who want choice in their Internet providers.
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The message is “Bring Competition for Internet Services to Baltimore – Stop Paying More for Less”
If you prefer to join by mail please send a check to the Baltimore Broadband Campaign and along with your check, provide your name, address, email, phone number to: RPCL Office, 5115B Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21210. A minimum contribution of $10 is required to back the campaign but additional contributions are appreciated.
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