How can I get broadband in a rural area?

Sean from Mechanicsville, VA

Episode 1429 (2:13:39)

Network cable

Sean has moved to a new house and there's no internet access. He has a My Home Verizon cellular option, but it has slowed down. Leo says that living in rural areas is a problem for broadband because there aren't enough people within a certain area to justify the expense to laying the cable. He could talk to his neighbors about sharing the cost to pay for it. Co-ops are popular in rural areas. It's not cheap, but that's what people do.