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FOCUS Broadband Service from ATMC Now Available in Orrum and Proctorville

Robeson County, NC – ATMC announced today that it now has high-speed internet service available in the first phases of its Robeson County broadband project. Residents and businesses in areas near Orrum and Proctorville now have access to FOCUS Broadband fiber optic high-speed internet service with speeds of up to 1 Gigabit. Construction is also underway to bring high-speed internet service to additional areas of Robeson County near Ivey’s Crossroads, Bloomingdale and Marietta.

The project was made possible through two grants totaling $4.07 million dollars that were awarded to ATMC last year by the NC Department of Information Technology GREAT Grant program. The Shallotte-based company is contributing an additional $1.9 million dollars in matching funds to bring the total investment in Robeson County to $5.97 million dollars. Once the two projects are completed, high-speed internet access will be available to over 2,900 residents and businesses in rural Robeson County.

“We are excited to begin offering high-speed internet service to the people of Robeson County through this project,” said Keith Holden, ATMC/FOCUS Broadband’s CEO. “These communities have gone without access to high-speed internet for far too long, and the grant funds from the NC GREAT grant program combined with our matching investment will allow us to install a state-of-the-art 100% fiber optic network that will provide access to learning, telehealth, and work-from-home opportunities that until now have not been available. This service is the start of a new connected future for this part of Robeson County and we are excited to be able to serve them for decades to come.”

The company also applied for a USDA Community Connect grant in December of last year that, if awarded, will have the potential to serve more than 1,000 residents and businesses in the Robeson County communities of Tolarsville and Howellsville. Community Connect awards will be announced later this spring.

The company anticipates that work to make service available throughout the two NC GREAT grant project areas will be complete by the end of 2022. Additional areas will have service made available to them throughout the year. For more information about the progress to bring FOCUS Broadband to Robeson County, visit or call toll free to 833-981-4152.


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