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This website is your official source of information related to the Wilbraham Fiber Network project.


Community Owned Fiber Infrastructure

The Wilbraham Broadband Advisory Committee is continuing the process of researching the possibility of deploying a Town owned open access fiber network that would bring competition and transparency to internet services in Wilbraham. 

The Town of Wilbraham is obligated under State Law to fully disclose all information accurately and honestly in a completely transparent way.  Don’t be fooled by propaganda from any incumbent internet service providers.

The Town will not do anything to impact residents without vetting the processes and performing thorough due diligence along the way.


Wilbraham Fiber

A short video explaining how the network would work if the Town decides to move forward.

This fall Wilbraham will hold a Special Town Meeting to discuss and vote on this project.

Fast Company Magazine named Ammon Fiber "The Best Fiber Optic Network in America".

Ammon's network is way out ahead of eveyone else.

Ammon’s platform allows an extraordinary level of competition, innovation, and experimentation by businesses, local government, and residential users alike.  And Ammon’s model provides very little, if any, financial risk to the city.  The use of virtualization technology to enable retail competition is rare in the United States, and Ammon’s use of virtualization is especially sophisticated.

The Open Technology Institute publishes a comprehansive report documenting the cost of connectivity globally.  Ammon Fiber is listed as having the lowest cost of fiber-optic broadband in the entire world.

The Wilbraham Fiber Network is being modeled after the Ammon Fiber Network.

Be Informed, Not Mislead.

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