Vyve Boosting Web Speeds

June 20, 2014
Vyve Broadband is increasing Internet speeds throughout its nine-state footprint. The services will be built around the company's new 25, 50 ...
Vyve Broadband is increasing Internet speeds throughout its nine-state footprint. The services will be built around the company's new 25, 50 and 105 Mbps core service offering. Vyve is in the process of moving all of its standard Internet customers to 25 Mbps (in most cases from 10 Mbps) and will offer 105 Mbps service as part of its offering. Current customers will receive the speed upgrade for free.

Speed increases have begun in Vyve markets such as Shawnee, OK; New Boston, TX; Ottawa and Fort Riley, KS; Waycross and Douglas, GA; and West Lake, LA. Vyve expects that speed increases for many of the company's markets in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Georgia, Colorado and Wyoming will be completed by end of 2014.

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