ICBN is a middle-mile network that provides service to community anchors such as libraries and public schools allowing residents to have access to the high speed network. Residential customers interested in utilizing ICBN services should contact an ICBN Last Mile Partner.
Current last-mile providers include:
The public safety, healthcare, and educational benefits that derive from high speed, high-capacity broadband access directly and positively affect citizens’ quality of life throughout the State of Maryland.
HOW TO CONNECT
Please contact ICBN directly in your jurisdiction for a list of community anchor institutions by calling us (800-497-7023) or sending us an email (Answers@icbn-md.com).
By not having this, residents are put at a disadvantage compared to the rest of the county. It not only hinders education, but also economic growth.
Delegate Bob Costa, R-Deale (AA County)
Broadband will expand opportunities for families, workers and entrepreneurs in Garrett County. The network will improve everyday business operations, and place distance learning and telecommuting within easy reach.
Garrett County Commissioner James M. Raley