BTC Fiber sets up hotspots to aid in remote learning

As students begin school in Bledsoe County next week, BTC Fiber has set up WiFi hotspots around the county and in neighboring Sequatchie, Van Buren, and Rhea Counties to assist students in the event schools need to move to a hybrid or remote learning plan.

BTC Fiber General Manager Charlie Boring said he has been working with Bledsoe County and Sequatchie County Schools for several weeks now trying to establish the hotspots in areas with the most need.

For more see the August 20 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.

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