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QUESTION: How Much Does It Cost?
ANSWER: Internet connection speeds are measured in Megabits per second, or millions of bits per second, abbreviated as Mbps, this is also refered to as the bandwidth of the connection. To put this in perspective, a typical high-speed business Internet connection, called a T1 connection, provides roughly 1.5 Mbps of bandwidth. A typical DSL connection is 0.7 to 1.5 Mbps, and cable Internet connection speeds range from 3 Mbps to 6 Mbps. LLCCP provides connection speeds which far exceed T1, DSL or cable... and at a much better price.

  • 5 Mbps - $29.95 per Month
  • 10 Mbps - $49.95 per Month
  • 15 Mbps - $99.95 per Month
Monthly rate is prorated on day of service.
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$20 per Month Monthly rate is prorated on day of service.

Technical Services

QUESTION: What are Fiber-Optics?
ANSWER: We are all used to telephone wires and computer cables, and cable TV. Our conversations, data and television programs are transmitted over these lines by converting the information, sound and images to electrical signals that run along the copper wires inside the cables. Fiber-optic cables use very thin filaments (as thin as a single human hair) of glass instead of copper, and the signals are transmitted as light waves.
QUESTION: Who do I contact for more information about LLCCP?
ANSWER: For more information or comments regarding LLCCP, please contact City Hall (open Monday through Thursday from 7AM to 5:30PM).

If you have questions regarding planning, technical specifications, or network operations, please contact Keli Coder, Network Engineer, at 909.799.2897.

For questions or interests in business development please contact Konrad Bolowich, Information Systems (IS) Director for the City at 909.799.2895.

For all other questions, please contact the Loma Linda Connected Community Program Main Hotline at 909.799.4469.