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FiberLocator Data Updates

May Maps Update

Hello, FiberLocator users! We were really busy last month collecting updated maps from our carrier partners, and despite some network consolidation with all of the recent M&A activity, our database continues to grow. Anytime you would like to see the latest…

April Lit Building Update

Hello FiberLocator users! Along with adding and updating lots of our carrier maps, we also worked hard throughout March to update our lit building lists. We now have over 1.1 million carrier records in lit buildings! See who we’ve added…

April Maps Update

Happy April, FiberLocator users. We’ve got a lot of new and updated data this month, what a perfect way to welcome spring! We have added 3 new maps and updated 10 maps for April. Any time you would like to…

March (Data) Madness

Happy March, FiberLocator Users!  We’re excited to see our users taking advantage of the Proprietary Data Self-Upload tool in FiberLocator.  This feature has proven to be an especially efficient way for our carrier partners to upload their maps for the FiberLocator community to view.…

February Lit Building Update

Happy Monday, FiberLocator users! In addition to the 3 new and 30 updated maps, the FiberLocator team has also been hard at work updating lit building lists and adding more data to the program. As of January, our program now…

February Maps Update

Hello, FiberLocator users! Even though we may have 6 more weeks of winter, we are not slowing down with the FiberLocator updates. Along with rolling out our new Proprietary Data Self-Upload feature at the end of last month, we are excited to…

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FiberLocator is a required tool for anyone selling fiber at a national level.  If you are not using FiberLocator today, you are doing your clients a disservice by only providing them with partial options.  The team at Broadband Consultants uses…

Mark Radford, Co-Founder, Director of Operations and Quoting Team
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