(1) Type 1 unserved area: an area in which broadband may be deployed by service providers in an economically feasible manner;
2) Type 2 unserved area: an unserved area in which broadband may be deployed by broadband service providers and other entities in an economically feasible manner, provided some form of public moneys is made available; and
(3) Type 3 unserved area: an unserved area in which, at present, cable or wireline broadband cannot be deployed in an economically feasible manner and an intermodal approach employing other technologies, such as satellite and wireless, is required to provide that area with high-speed internet access.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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