Resound Networks Awarded $303 Million to Bring Gigabit Speed Internet to Unserved Rural Communities Across Seven States


Pampa, Texas – December 19, 2022 – Resounds Networks has been awarded $303 Million by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) through the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF).  The funding will provide for Gigabit fixed wireless and fiber to be built out to 214,000 rural locations that are currently without access to high-speed broadband.  Resound’s current network provides high-speed coverage to over 500,000 homes in Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, and will expand its network into Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, and Arkansas. 

Resound CEO Tyson Curtis commented, “As a company established to bring internet to rural communities, we are excited to advance our network to more areas that are currently unserved.  We would like to thank Chairwoman Rosenworcel and the FCC staff for their detailed review and approval of our application and look forward to helping fulfill their goal of closing the digital divide.”

Construction will begin immediately, and Resound intends to complete the network ahead of the timeline required under the RDOF program.  Resound will deploy state-of-the-art fixed wireless access and fiber creating one of the most technologically advanced networks in the United States.

About Resound Networks

Resound Networks was founded in 2015 as a rural-focused ISP determined to close the digital divide.  The company is based in Pampa, Texas, and its carrier-class network provides coverage to over 500,000 homes throughout Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.  Resound plans to expand its network coverage to multiple neighboring states beginning in 2023, funded in part by the $303M awarded to the company in the FCC’s Rural Digital Opportunity Fund auction.  For more information, visit


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