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Rural Georgia residents push for broadband

Paladin Wireless attended the Joint High- Speed Broadband Communications Access for All Georgians study committee in Toccoa yesterday.
Steve Fortmann, meanwhile, questioned what government can do and whether residents should even wait to find out. The Royston resident said he was shocked when he discover… http://paladinwireless.com/index.php/our-news/rural-georgia-residents-push-broadband/

Paladin Wireless is Now in Canon

Paladin Wireless expands to Canon Georgia.
Paladin Wireless has completed the first phase of the Canon network expansion.  After months of discussion and planning the first assets have been installed to the city's only wate… http://paladinwireless.com/index.php/our-news/paladin-wireless-now-canon/

Paladin Wireless Secures Rights to Franklin Springs Water Towers

Paladin Wireless will add the city of Franklin Springs to it's expanding coverage area.
Ben Garland from Paladin Wireless met with the City Council for Franklin Springs and proposed a network expansion that would bring high speed internet by way of both the water towe… http://paladinwireless.com/index.php/our-news/paladin-wireless-secures-rights-franklin-springs-water-towers/

Royston Water Tower is up and online

Paladin Wireless turns up the Royston Water Tower.
After many months of planning the water tower in Royston is online.  The installation crew wrapped up the multi-day job Friday night.  With this asset in place Paladin is able to … http://paladinwireless.com/index.php/our-news/royston-water-tower-and-online/

Sandy Cross Tower – Up and Online

Sandy Cross Turn Up
After a long wait we finally have a broadcast tower in Sandy Cross.  After testing the radios and sectors and making a few minor adjustments the tower is cleared for service.  The… http://paladinwireless.com/index.php/our-news/sandy-cross-tower-and-online/