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Haralson County Internet Providers


Dovetel/SyncGlobal (Chamber Member)


Commercial & Residential

AT&T (Chamber Member)

HCI (Chamber Member)

iWispr (Chamber Member)


Comcast (COMING SOON!)


Comcast Trucks2

Comcast Expansion in Haralson County

Comcast will invest over $2.3M in network enhancements to bring Xfinity broadband to Tallapoosa and Waco. This project is underway and should be completed by 2nd quarter 2021.

DCA_GA Broadband Deployment Initiative

Georgia Broadband Initiative & Map

Broadband has become essential to business, education, healthcare, agriculture, and overall quality of life. Unfortunately, high-speed internet access remains out of reach for Georgians in many rural communities. In 2018, the state launched the Georgia Broadband Deployment Initiative (GBDI).  The initiative calls for the promotion and deployment of broadband services throughout the state to unserved areas with a minimum of 25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload speeds.

New Mapping Tool


USDA ReConnect Program

The Broadband ReConnect Program furnishes loans and grants to provide funds for the costs of construction, improvement, or acquisition of facilities and equipment needed to provide broadband service in eligible rural areas. The application window for the second round of funding closed on April 15, 2020, and applications are currently under review.

Haralson County Internet Survey - CLOSED (For Now)

This survey is being performed under the direction of the Development Authority of Haralson County in partnership with the Greater Haralson Chamber of Commerce to try and develop a map of potential new internet customers.

Trying to wire up all of Haralson County for internet is expensive! It is estimated to cost around $15 Million. Here are some examples of the cost: Cable/Fiber - $36,000/mile Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) broadcast locations - $15,000-$30,000 (1-3 mile range on average) and Cellular Towers - Greater than $750,000. A local County funded solution is too expensive at this time without significant Federal and State assistance. Instead of waiting, we have adopted a strategy of trying to encourage private providers to enhance and extend their current service to as many new places as possible. To do this, we need a better map and a list of willing customers.