Greenlight (internet service)

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Greenlight is a bundled telecommunications service owned by the city of Wilson, North Carolina. Its services are distributed over a fiber-optic network that was constructed by the city. The service has attracted attention because of the controversy surrounding its competition with Time Warner Cable and Embarq.[1]


In order to fund the Greenlight project, the city of Wilson used funds from bonds, instead of taxpayer money.[2]