The municipal broadband provider in Beresford, South Dakota says it will rebuild its copper network to fiber optics. As pointed out in the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, Beresford Municipal Telephone leaders announced this week that they will embark on a $5 million project to rebuild their existing DSL-based facilities to fiber.
Beresford, a town of approximately 2,000 in southeast South Dakota, has been operating a city-owned telephone company for more than 90 years according to their website.
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