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Ready to connect to long distance carriers?

Taking into consideration the long distance carriers serving your area, do you know where all the fibers cross your route and have you made provisions for potentially connecting to them in the future?

Tying your network to long distance carriers' fiber may increase the potential revenues you can realize from dark fiber leases if you can then connect them to local businesses on your route and enable them to cut out the expense of going through the local carrier (usually Bell). It's important to identify where these carriers are crossing your route (or might in the future) and leave slack storage at those locations to facilitate splicing in taps to their fiber.

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