Rural Financial Analyzer Web Tutorial

You may be able to afford FTTH, even in a rural community. The National Broadband Plan calculates rural builds as vastly more expensive than deployments in suburban or urban settings. But that’s because the NBP model assumes that all drops will be built during initial deployment, and that the initial take rate will be 30% or less. But RVA data suggests that rural take rates are far higher than the national average – and that the national average for FTTH is 50%! Tool #3 disaggregates the costs so you can decide how much effort you will put into readying each premises passed, to become a paying customer.

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