Gigabit broadband supplier GoNetspeed says it has begun hooking up customers to its fiber to the premises (FTTP) network in several Connecticut markets. The company says that Hartford, West Hartford, New Haven, and Bridgeport, CT, are now part of its market roster, alongside 10 others in Pittsburgh.
The pure-play FTTP internet provider offers residential service plans starting at $50 for 100 Mbps as well as 500-Mbps and 1-Gbps alternatives. According to its “Lifetime Price Pledge,” GoNetSpeed does not require customer contracts, does not charge added taxes or fees on top of the price for its service, and will not change the price of the service as long as a resident remains a customer within one of the company’s service territories. It also offers 100-Mbps to 1-Gbps connectivity to businesses.
“Now more than ever, people are in need of high-speed Internet alternatives. Couple that with the ability to lock in a low price for the life they are a customer, and these value propositions have fueled our momentum as residences break from high-priced cable providers,” said Larry Coleman, president of GoNetspeed. “We plan to continue expanding into additional communities throughout our footprint based on customer interest.”
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