GoNetspeed completes $3.5M fiber broadband network in Glastonbury, CT

Feb. 6, 2023
GoNetspeed said it plans accelerate its expansion of fiber networks throughout nine states, including Connecticut.
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Fiber to the premises (FTTP) internet provider GoNetspeed on Jan. 31 announced that construction of its advanced fiber-optic network in Glastonbury, Connecticut is now complete, with service widely available to homes and businesses throughout the community.

Through GoNetspeed’s fully funded $3.5 million investment in Glastonbury, more than 3,700 residents and businesses throughout the area now have access to high-speed, symmetrical upload and download speeds, ranging from 250 Mbps to 1 Gbps (1,000 Mbps) to support working, learning, gaming, and streaming video from home..

GoNetspeed said it is continuing to ensure that more communities throughout Connecticut have access to its high-speed, 100 percent fiber-optic internet infrastructure. Currently, more than 30 communities throughout the state have access to GoNetspeed’s service, along with many communities that are on their way to having access to GoNetspeed’s fiber internet.

Tom Perrone, SVP of Network Operations and GM of Connecticut operations for GoNetspeed, commented

“GoNetspeed is thrilled to deliver the magic of fiber internet directly to homes and businesses throughout Glastonbury. As we’ve officially completed our network, Glastonbury will experience first-hand the life-changing impact of symmetrical upload and download speeds that only fiber internet can provide. Each day, our service makes using the internet easier and faster. As homes become more advanced and modern, we are here to deliver internet that can keep up with users, no matter the task.”

GoNetspeed said it plans accelerate its expansion of fiber networks throughout nine states, including Connecticut. Learn more at www.gonetspeed.com.

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