Fun Fact

Trailblazer Broadband Fun Fact

 

Answer: Ooma

Ooma is a Voice-Over Internet Protocol or (VoIP) phone provider that uses robust internet connections such a Trailblazer to provide phone service. While Trailblazer does not endorse any third party services, a number of Trailblazer customers have found Ooma to be an easy-to-use, cost-effective option for phone service. Vonage for Home also offers residential VoIP service.

 

 

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What does DER stand for?

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What is the percentage of potential service locations in the Estes Valley that are currently eligible for Trailblazer Broadband service?

 

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What is the current population size of Estes Park as of 2020.  

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The year Netflix began offering subscribers the option to stream some of its movies and television shows directly to their homes through the Internet.  If you’ve ever watched a movie or show on Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, or others, you’re already streaming!

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Two electrical engineers working in England proposed the use of fibers for telecommunication in what year?

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What is the number of miles of fiber that the Trailblazer Broadband team has laid since the project began?

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In 2021, Rocky Mountain National Park was the fifth-most visited national park, drawing more than how many visitors? 

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The diameter of a single strand of fiber is about the same size as a?

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As of April 2021, what is the number of residents and businesses who are eligible for Trailblazer Broadband service?