Frontier Communications says it is working to improve broadband access in Gilmer, Braxton and Lewis Counties.

The company announced it has installed $90,000 worth of fiber connecting cell towers in communities like Lynn, Sand Fork and Tanner, in Gilmer County.

It also has spent more than $400,000 to build high speed Internet into places like schools and the courthouse.

The money for the improvement is from federal stimulus funds.

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