WOODSTOCK - Woodstock Telephone Company received a $363,851 grant Tuesday from the Minnesota Border-to-Border Broadband program to expand wireless service to serve 135 unserved households, 540 unserved businesses and one unserved community anchor institution in rural Pipestone County.


Woodstock will improve unserved levels to a minimum of 25Mbps download and 3Mbps upload with higher speeds of 75Mbps/25Mbps and above where available. Woodstock will provide a local match of $363,852.