4,334 People in Clay Center, Kansas Can Get 1 GB Broadband

– Can You?

FTTH networks continue to spread in small cities in the States, The latest to join the all-fiber club is Twin Valley of Kansas, which deployed ADTRAN gear to offer Gigabit speeds this fall to residences and businesses in Clay Center, Kansas (population 4,334).


Downtown City of Clay

High speed broadband  in Clay, Kansas – there’s no place like home


Twin Valley provides landline and cellular phone service plus broadband and pay TV.

All of which raises the eternal question: How is that a tiny community in rural Kansas can get Gigabit but not major metropolises in North America and Europe?

Yes, it costs more to dig up city streets in the big cities than in sparsely settled communities but the population density makes the payoff bigger, much bigger.

The 4,334 Residents in Clay Center, Kansas Have Access to 1GB Broadband

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