Utopia Fiber reports increased interest in fiber-optic Internet since coronavirus began to spread in the U.S. Roger Timmerman, the executive director of Utopia Fiber, says the increased demand likely stems from people being forced to work from home and needing to have fast Internet connection speeds. People are also using their Internet for tele-health purposes instead of going to the doctor's office. Utopia Fiber says it has seen a 20 percent increase in customers in March compared to February. The company says it is doing 600 to 700 installations a month.
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