Chattanooga, often referred to as the gig city, is gaining national attention for its high-speed internet service.

In an online report featured Tuesday in CNN Money, the scenic city is praised for its high-speed internet, an affordable costs.  The article recognizes the number of businesses that have relocated to Chattanooga to take advantage of its publicly-owned internet.

Chattanooga's fiber optic network, or EPB, began offering its top-of-the-line services in 2009, and has continued to upgrade connection speeds for its customers, for free.

EPB currently has around 5-thousand business customers, and almost 60-thousand households.