Fiber is the fastest, most reliable internet service available. We offer speeds of 150 Mbps download and 50 Mbps upload. This means you can stream movies, games, and music—all at once—even during peak hours!
You are probably wondering what the differences are between fiber and cable internet. Cable uses electrical frequencies to translate information, fiber uses light to transmit the data. We are all familiar with the phrase “moving at the speed of light”—it means fast. Very fast. 186,000 miles per second fast, if you want to be exact. In comparison, cable internet has technological speed limits.
The answer is simple: fiber lines are not affected by weather like cable. Because cable internet uses electrical technology, service can be spotty during storms and non-existent during power outages. This is not the case with fiber, thanks to its light-based transmission.
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First, you can check out our interactive service area map to see if fiber is offered in your area. If it is not yet available in your area, you can make a request to have fiber installed in your area. This data helps us see where there is interest and determine where to expand to next.
Did you know we also offer DSL internet services? DSL uses the copper wiring from phone lines to deliver internet access with a dedicated connection. This means you have 24/7 buffer-free streaming and no slow-downs during peak hours. Contact us if you are interested in learning more about our DSL or LTE internet service offerings.