The public is invited to participate in the Oklahoma Broadband office's 10-stop statewide Oklahoma’s Digital Promise tour. The Oklahoma’s Digital Promise tour seeks to collect data that highlight areas where expanded broadband deployment will improve the lives of all Oklahomans. Feedback from communities is critical. The tour begins October 3 and continues through November 9 in 10 cities and towns.
More than 800,000 Oklahomans currently lack access to dependable high-speed internet service. Residents, business owners, farmers and ranchers, leaders, members of tribal communities, and representatives for schools, hospitals, nonprofits, and other community organizations are encouraged to attend.
The public may register here.
For questions, the public is encouraged to email or call MJ Barton, Tribal & Programs Outreach Manager, OBO at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 517-2393.
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