Spectrum Expands Gigabit Broadband, Mobile, TV, Voice Services in Cass County, Missouri

Spectrum announced the launch of Spectrum Internet, Mobile, TV and Voice services to more than 600 additional homes and small businesses near the communities of Harrisonville and Pleasant Hill, plus other parts of rural Cass County, Missouri. Spectrum’s newly constructed fiber-optic network buildout in Cass County is part of the company’s approximately $5 billion RDOF-related investment in unserved rural communities, partly offset by $1.2 billion in the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) RDOF auction.

The company’s RDOF expansion is expected to provide broadband access to approximately one million customer locations as estimated – by the FCC – across 24 states in the coming years. Spectrum has also won more than $700 million in state broadband expansion subsidies, which, combined with Spectrum investment, will connect another 300,000 homes and small businesses.

“Spectrum is bringing gigabit broadband to unserved communities in Missouri and across America through RDOF,” said Matt Brown, Vice President of Construction. “Our investment is making it possible to deliver the high-value broadband, mobile, TV and voice services now available in more parts of rural Cass County. We are providing local residents and small businesses superior connectivity at highly competitive prices, backed by a team of skilled local technicians and 100% U.S.-based customer service.”