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HEC general manager Jimmy Sandlin speaks to a huge crowd in Rogersville last March about the possibility of providing broadband Internet through the co-op. Of those in attendance 94 percent said they would sign they would be willing to sign a petition or pledge to be a broadband user. But only about 56 percent said they would be willing to pay $75 or more per month for the service.

HEC general manager Jimmy Sandlin speaks to a huge crowd in Rogersville last March about the possibility of providing broadband Internet through the co-op. Of those in attendance 94 percent said they would sign they would be willing to sign a petition or pledge to be a broadband user. But only about 56 percent said they would be willing to pay $75 or more per month for the service.