Internet service – Through Walls http://throughwalls.net/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 11:07:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://throughwalls.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-9-150x150.png Internet service – Through Walls http://throughwalls.net/ 32 32 Two companies bring fiber internet service to Bellevue https://throughwalls.net/two-companies-bring-fiber-internet-service-to-bellevue/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/two-companies-bring-fiber-internet-service-to-bellevue/ Writer Scott Stewart Two telecommunications companies are extending broadband Internet service to Bellevue. Fastwyre has already started laying fiber optic cables near the Rising View housing estate, while Bellevue City Council approved a franchise agreement with Allo at its October 18 meeting. “High-speed fiber is coming to Bellevue,” Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike said at a […]]]>

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Two telecommunications companies are extending broadband Internet service to Bellevue.

Fastwyre has already started laying fiber optic cables near the Rising View housing estate, while Bellevue City Council approved a franchise agreement with Allo at its October 18 meeting.

“High-speed fiber is coming to Bellevue,” Bellevue Mayor Rusty Hike said at a Bellevue Chamber of Commerce event on Thursday. “We have signed up with Allo for fibre, internet, cable and telephone, and Fastwyre is also introducing internet at this time. There are going to be choices. I know our people wanted choices.

Fastwyre said in a press release Monday that it is bringing a state-of-the-art fiber optic network capable of delivering up to 1 gigabit per second of high-speed internet to Bellevue as well as eight other Louisiana communities. and Missouri.

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“These projects highlight Fastwyre’s growth trajectory and reinforce our commitment to expanding our fiber optic network and services to create greater access to high-quality internet service,” said Fastwyre CEO Chris Eldredge, in the press release. “We are committed to a future of partnering with communities to provide affordable, accessible, fast and reliable internet in addition to best-in-class service to their residents and businesses.”

The company began installing fiber in city and utility rights-of-way in late September. Door hangers should be placed in residents of neighborhoods where their workers are digging. Anyone with construction-related concerns can call 1-833-389-0040.

Fastwyre said it is trying to grow strategically through expansions and acquisitions.

“We are committed to growing and will expand our coverage areas in addition to entering new markets by adding locations in the near future,” Eldredge said. “We look forward to being associated with the growth and vitality of the communities we serve. »

Fastwyre Broadband is a trading name of American Broadband Holding Company, part of Madison Dearborn Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm. In addition to the mention of the three states, it also offers services in Alaska, Texas and soon in Alabama. More information is available at fastwyre.com.

Allo previously announced that it was expanding its network to Papillion, La Vista and Gretna. In a statement on those communities, the company said it would bring fiber to the premises with speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second, describing the service as “world class”.

“Allo is actively building gigabit companies in the communities we serve,” President Brad Moline said in a press release. “Our stated goal was to make Allo regions the most connected in the United States.”

The company provides service in 34 cities in Nebraska, Colorado and Arizona. It is a privately funded company with investments from New York-based SDC Capital Partners and Lincoln-based Nelnet. More information is available at allofiber.com.

As Sarpy County sees expansion from Allo and Fastwyre, Google Fiber caters to Omaha residents.

The Omaha City Council approved a deal Oct. 24 to allow the company to offer its high-speed Internet service to residential and small-business customers, despite concerns raised by Cox Communications.

After a thorough review, the city’s legal department determined that a provision of state law limited the city’s ability to generate revenue through the agreement.

Bernard in den Bosch, Omaha’s assistant city attorney, said state law prohibits the city from generating revenue from Google Fiber’s service.

Cox built the first cable system in Omaha over 40 years ago and operated under a franchise agreement to provide cable television in Omaha. Google’s network is currently being designed and construction is expected to begin in 2023. The service will be available in segments.

Jessica Wade of the Omaha World-Herald contributed reporting.

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Comcast’s Xfinity Internet Service Adds Faster Internet Speeds to Washington https://throughwalls.net/comcasts-xfinity-internet-service-adds-faster-internet-speeds-to-washington/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 16:55:41 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/comcasts-xfinity-internet-service-adds-faster-internet-speeds-to-washington/ Alyse Messmer-Smith / The Bellingham Herald Xfinity is boosting Wi-Fi for more than 1.3 million Washington residents this month, according to a press release from Xfinity. Starting the week of October 18, new and existing Xfinity customers will be able to enjoy improved speeds, based on their current plans: — Performance Starter/Connect plans will increase […]]]>

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Xfinity is boosting Wi-Fi for more than 1.3 million Washington residents this month, according to a press release from Xfinity.

Starting the week of October 18, new and existing Xfinity customers will be able to enjoy improved speeds, based on their current plans:

— Performance Starter/Connect plans will increase from 50 Mbps to 75 Mbps.

— Performance/Connect More plans will increase from 100 Mbps to 200 Mbps.

— Performance Pro/Fast plans will increase from 300 Mbps to 400 Mbps.

— Blast/Superfast plans will increase from 600 Mbps to 800 Mbps.

— Extreme Pro/Gigabit (formerly Ultrafast) plans will drop from 900 Mbps to 1 Gbps.

Twenty million Xfinity customers across the country will be upgraded to these new internet speeds, according to an Xfinity press release.

According to Andy Colley, director of external communications for Comcast in Washington, Comcast has more than 1.7 million residential and business customers in Washington State and nearly 90,000 public Wi-Fi hotspots for customers across the state.

Xfinity Internet service continues to use Comcast’s existing network architecture and the connections that already exist at customer locations as the company works to upgrade its network to 10G.

Comcast is also working to launch a multi-gig rollout that, before the end of 2025, will bring 2 Gbps speeds to more than 50 million homes and businesses.

The upgrade aims to provide customers with better internet connection and speed for working from home, streaming movies, playing video games and other activities.

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1. RFQ City Internet Service Providers o – Superior Telegram https://throughwalls.net/1-rfq-city-internet-service-providers-o-superior-telegram/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/1-rfq-city-internet-service-providers-o-superior-telegram/ 1. RFQ Internet Service Providers City of Superior, Wisconsin Responses to proposals must be received electronically or in sealed, hard-copy form by 5:00 p.m. CST on December 2, 2022, by: Procurement Contact: Jane Darwin, Contracts Analyst, darwinj@ci.superior .wi.us Project: The City of Superior, Wisconsin is seeking qualified Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”) or Associated Broadband Providers […]]]>

1. RFQ Internet Service Providers City of Superior, Wisconsin Responses to proposals must be received electronically or in sealed, hard-copy form by 5:00 p.m. CST on December 2, 2022, by: Procurement Contact: Jane Darwin, Contracts Analyst, darwinj@ci.superior .wi.us Project: The City of Superior, Wisconsin is seeking qualified Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”) or Associated Broadband Providers to provide high-speed Internet services over fiber optical to the premises, with free access belonging to the city. network. The city is looking for providers capable of delivering industry-leading broadband services with standard speeds of 1 gigabit, 10 gigabit and beyond to homes, businesses and anchor community institutions on the city’s planned network. 1. Solicitation documents for this proposal can be downloaded from www.demandstar.com. Please refer to the solicitation documents for complete details and proposal requirements. 2. A virtual pre-proposal meeting will be held on November 2, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. CST. Please email darwinj@ci.superior.wi.us to RSVP. 3. The Bidder must honor the terms of the Proposal for one hundred and eighty (180) days or for the contract period indicated, whichever is longer. 4. Proposals must include this Request for Qualifications Form and be signed by the Contractor’s authorized representative. This signature certifies that the Proponent has read and understood the requirements contained in this Request for Qualifications. 5. The last day for questions will be November 11, 2022 at 5:00 PM CST. Questions should be submitted electronically to the purchasing contact above. 6. Vendor is responsible for the accuracy and completeness of any solicitation form not obtained directly from the City. 7. The specifications contained in this notice shall be deemed to form part of any contract entered into under this notice. (Oct. 21 and 28, 2022) 113850

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City of Chattanooga Internet Service Gains Speed https://throughwalls.net/city-of-chattanooga-internet-service-gains-speed/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 22:28:50 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/city-of-chattanooga-internet-service-gains-speed/ (TNS) — As EPB’s fiber services engineering manager and one of the utility’s technology professionals, Matt Anderson has been testing EPB’s new Smart Net Plus for nine months. Even with EPB’s fiber optic connections throughout the city, Anderson found the new Wi-Fi 6 router and Smart Net Plus to be a big plus in both […]]]>

(TNS) — As EPB’s fiber services engineering manager and one of the utility’s technology professionals, Matt Anderson has been testing EPB’s new Smart Net Plus for nine months.

Even with EPB’s fiber optic connections throughout the city, Anderson found the new Wi-Fi 6 router and Smart Net Plus to be a big plus in both the speed of internet connections for the many home devices in his family and in the controls he acquired by accessing many devices, ranging from smart thermostats to school laptops to streaming TVs.

“We were only using one router for our house, and we definitely saw a real difference and immediately realized how much better the internet was in all the different corners of our house,” Anderson said in an interview. telephone. “Everything just seemed to be a lot more dependent, and as a parent I also really like the parental controls that you can set up on when and what’s accessible on any device and to have the ad blocking features that it provides.”


Anderson is one of EPB’s technology professionals helping EPB consumers use the new Smart Net Plus option, which EPB began offering this fall for a monthly fee of $17.99 per month in plus internet plans that start at $57.99 per month. Customers with 1 gigabit internet plans are eligible for discounted Smart Net Plus at $14.99 per month.

“From doorbells and speakers to TVs and tablets, households need more speed and bandwidth to accommodate the growing number of streaming devices and apps they use,” said Katie Espeseth. , vice president of EPB new products, in an announcement of the new service. “Smart Net Plus adapts to customers’ needs and provides the reliable Wi-Fi service they need and access to cutting-edge technology and service without having to follow costly equipment requirements.”

EPB’s new Wi-Fi 6 network features not only improve Wi-Fi service speed and coverage, but also provide apps for better parental controls, ad-blocking technologies and additional security protections.

Already, around 500 of the 128,000 customers subscribing to some level of EPB Fiber services have ordered the new Smart Net Plus service.

“This takes our internet service to the next level,” EPB Chairman David Wade told the EPB Board on Friday.

Customers can register online at epb.com or speak with the tech pros to learn more at 423-648-1372.

“We tried to make the process very simple and easy,” Anderson said. “Once an installation date is scheduled, we step in, install all the necessary hardware, and take the time to make sure you have good Wi-Fi coverage wherever you need it and that all your devices are connected and working.”

EPB – the city-owned electric utility – expanded into internet, video and telephone services in 2009 when it launched EPB Fiber to help build both a smart grid and its telecommunications services. A year later, EPB helped make Chattanooga “The Gig City” by offering residential internet speeds of 1,000 megabits per second (The Gig) – the fastest citywide internet speeds in the nation.

In 2015, EPB was the first utility to offer citywide 10 gigabit service, and earlier this year EPB again increased its internet speed capacity to 25 gigabytes.

So far, only the Chattanooga Convention Center has signed up for the 25 gigabit service. EPB’s 25 gigabit service is beyond the capacity of most routers, and ISPs elsewhere may not even be able to process that much data that quickly. Initially, EPB will charge residential customers $1,500 per month for the 25 gigabit service and $12,500 per month for business customers.

“We’ve had quite a bit of interest but no other customers yet,” Wade said. “We’ve actually gotten a lot of calls about this from across the country.”

As EPB adds its new Wi-Fi 6 service, the utility is also moving over the next year or two to replace all of its first-generation set-top boxes used for its video service. The EPB TV service, which most EPB Fiber customers once subscribed to, now represents less than 30% of all EPB Fiber customers.

Wade said many video customers have “cut the cord” and switched to streaming video options, although EPB still has around 38,000 customers of its television service, Wade said.

©2022 Chattanooga Times/Free Press, Distributed by Content Agency Tribune, LLC.

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Full speed ahead: Comcast announces plan to boost internet service https://throughwalls.net/full-speed-ahead-comcast-announces-plan-to-boost-internet-service/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/full-speed-ahead-comcast-announces-plan-to-boost-internet-service/ Comcast has announced that it is doing the faster internet for more than 20 million of its customers. “The nation’s largest gigabit network is ramping up the speed of its most popular plans starting this week, giving customers an even better connectivity experience as they stream the latest 4K blockbuster, online gaming, video conferencing and […]]]>

Comcast has announced that it is doing the faster internet for more than 20 million of its customers.

“The nation’s largest gigabit network is ramping up the speed of its most popular plans starting this week, giving customers an even better connectivity experience as they stream the latest 4K blockbuster, online gaming, video conferencing and more. again, all at the same time. With this latest round of speed increases, Xfinity continues to deliver unmatched value compared to other providers – including significantly faster speeds and better reliability than mobile and 5G home internet,” comcast said this week.

It follows the recent network deployment by the company.

According to Comcast, the gears change in different amounts depending on the user’s plan.

The “Performance Starter/Connect” plan goes from 50 Mbps to 75 Mbps, while “Performance/Connect More” goes from 100 Mbps to 200 Mbps. The “Performance Pro/Fast” will go from 300 Mbps to 400 Mbps. “Blast/Superfast” will drop from 600 Mbps to 800 Mbps, while “Extreme Pro/Gigabit (formerly Ultrafast)” will drop from 900 Mbps to 1 Gbps.

“The number of connected devices in Xfinity homes has grown 12x since 2018, and the need for fast, reliable, and secure internet will continue to grow,” said Bill Connors, president of Xfinity, Comcast Cable, in the ‘announcement. “That’s why today Xfinity is increasing speeds for most of our customers across the country.”

As rated by Engadget, several Comcast competitors have also seen speed increases in recent months. AT&T and Google Fiber recently announced speed upgrades. The site also noted that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) offered to change the definition of minimum broadband speeds. This standard has been set at 25/3 Mbps since 2015.

The FCC’s “notice of investigation” proposes raising the national broadband standard to 100 megabits per second for downloading and 20 megabits per second for uploading, and “discusses a range of evidence at the supporting this standard, including requirements for new networks funded by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

“Internet users’ needs have long exceeded the FCC’s 25/3 speed metric, especially during a global health pandemic that has moved much of life online,” the FCC Chairman said. Jessica Rosenworcel, in a change proposal in July. “The 25/3 metric is not only backward, it is harmful because it obscures the extent to which popular neighborhoods and rural communities are left behind and left offline. That’s why we need to raise the standard for minimum broadband speeds now and while aiming even higher for the future, because we need to set big goals if we want everyone, everywhere to have a fair chance. to succeed in the 21st century.

Stephen Silver, technology writer for national interest, is a journalist, essayist and film critic, who also contributes to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philly Voice, Philadelphia Weekly, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Living Life Fearless, Backstage magazine, Broad Street Review and Splice Today. Co-founder of the Philadelphia Film Critics Circle, Stephen lives in suburban Philadelphia with his wife and two sons. Follow him on Twitter at @StephenSilver.

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SpaceX rolls out Starlink internet service for private jets https://throughwalls.net/spacex-rolls-out-starlink-internet-service-for-private-jets/ Wed, 19 Oct 2022 17:04:11 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/spacex-rolls-out-starlink-internet-service-for-private-jets/ By Joey Roulette WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Elon Musk’s SpaceX is expanding its satellite internet unit’s foray into inflight WiFi services with the rollout of Starlink Aviation on Wednesday, offering customers a $150,000 aircraft antenna amid growing competition for air connectivity. Starlink, SpaceX’s growing network of thousands of internet satellites, will charge customers seeking high-speed internet […]]]>

By Joey Roulette

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Elon Musk’s SpaceX is expanding its satellite internet unit’s foray into inflight WiFi services with the rollout of Starlink Aviation on Wednesday, offering customers a $150,000 aircraft antenna amid growing competition for air connectivity.

Starlink, SpaceX’s growing network of thousands of internet satellites, will charge customers seeking high-speed internet access on private jets between $12,500 and $25,000 per month for the service, in addition to a cost $150,000 one-time hardware, the company said on its website.

Starlink Aviation will begin delivering terminals in mid-2023, it said on its website, with reservations requiring payment of $5,000. He added that each terminal can deliver up to 350 Mbps, fast enough for video calls and online gaming.

Companies building networks of low-Earth-orbit satellites delivering high-speed internet, like SpaceX’s Starlink and Britain-backed satellite operator OneWeb, are racing to woo airlines and private jet services on a market dominated by companies such as Inmarsat and its rival ViaSat, which plan to merge.

OneWeb on Tuesday announced an agreement with inflight broadband giant Panasonic Avionics, which provides services to some 70 airlines, to market and sell OneWeb’s broadband service to airlines by mid-2023.

Last week, the UK competition regulator remanded Viasat’s planned takeover of rival Inmarsat for further investigation over concerns the tie-up could stifle new competition in the aviation connectivity market and drive up Wi-Fi prices. Fi on board airlines.

SpaceX plans to offer Starlink internet connectivity to Hawaiian Airlines planes next year. The company offers the service to marine and RV customers, and already has tens of thousands of individual consumers paying $110 a month with a $599 terminal.

(Reporting by Joey Roulette; Editing by Alexandra Hudson)

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LOCAL RAPID CITY MAN WIN FREE BLUEPEAK INTERNET SERVICE FOR ONE YEAR https://throughwalls.net/local-rapid-city-man-win-free-bluepeak-internet-service-for-one-year/ Mon, 17 Oct 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/local-rapid-city-man-win-free-bluepeak-internet-service-for-one-year/ $1,000 bundle of fast, reliable fiber internet. QUICK CITY, SD –Direct News– Eric Peltier’s range of emotions when he learned he had won blue peak‘s Streamin’ Summer Sweepstakes ran the gamut. “Paranoia and skepticism, then acceptance and excitement,” he laughed. “I never win anything so I was really excited and still am!” When reality set […]]]>

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Eric Peltier’s range of emotions when he learned he had won blue peak‘s Streamin’ Summer Sweepstakes ran the gamut.

“Paranoia and skepticism, then acceptance and excitement,” he laughed. “I never win anything so I was really excited and still am!”

When reality set in for the Rapid City, SD resident, he walked away with 12 months of free one gigabit per second (Gbps) service from Bluepeak. A fiber internet package worth $1000. Peltier plans to take full advantage of this. Earlier this year, he specifically moved from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to Rapid City just for Bluepeak Internet.

Peltier intends to become an internet content creator, but it requires an internet connection which was not available on the reservation. So he and his cousin packed up and headed north.

“When I came back, I said, ‘Yeah, I’m getting Bluepeak. I don’t mess with Midco,'” Peltier recalled. “I went straight to Bluepeak. No question. Just immediate.”

In fact, testing Bluepeak’s internet service was the web designer’s top priority when he finally walked into his apartment.

“My cousin and I went straight into streaming,” he said. “The boxes haven’t even been unpacked, we’ve set up the PC and started a stream.”

Peltier is streaming while playing Apex Legends – an online battle royale game – via Twitch, a live streaming service for esports. Immersive gaming and live streaming requires a lot of upload and download speed. Fortunately, Bluepeak is the best “game” in town with a fast, reliable and affordable internet connection.

Bluepeak offers comprehensive and transparent pricing, where the price on the website is the price on the bill, with download speeds of up to one gigabit per second (Gbps). With Bluepeak, local residences and businesses benefit from faster speed, equal upload and download speeds, and eero Securewhich provides whole-home Wi-Fi and protects devices from online threats, ads, and enables personalized content filtering.

Eric has seen this benefit for himself, describing Bluepeak’s service as “fantastic”.

“I would 100% recommend Bluepeak to people talking about internet service,” he said.

Those in South Dakota looking for more information on available packages can visit mybluepeak.com.

About Blue Peak

Bluepeak builds a faster, more reliable Internet without the things that get in the way of great service – like paperwork, hidden fees, and slow response times. Delivering up to 5 gigabits of speed for residential customers and 10 gigabits for business, Bluepeak is a whole new ballgame – from the internet to TV, to connecting all the devices in a home, to ‘to power a business, Bluepeak not only provides the best fiber connections in the communities it serves, but also meets the growing lifestyle needs of its customers.

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+1 720-703-4315

mediaqueries@mybluepeak.com

Company Website

https://www.mybluepeak.com

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LOCAL SIOUX FALLS MAN WINS FREE BLUEPEAK INTERNET SERVICE FOR ONE YEAR https://throughwalls.net/local-sioux-falls-man-wins-free-bluepeak-internet-service-for-one-year/ Mon, 17 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/local-sioux-falls-man-wins-free-bluepeak-internet-service-for-one-year/ Fiber Internet Service Provider Offers Affordable, Stable Options During Uncertain Economic Times SIOUX FALLS, SD –News Direct– Bluepeak Jeremy Hofer of Sioux Falls, SD has seen his share of economic volatility. The 37-year-old father of two lived through the financial meltdown of 2009 as well as the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021. He now […]]]>

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Jeremy Hofer of Sioux Falls, SD has seen his share of economic volatility.

The 37-year-old father of two lived through the financial meltdown of 2009 as well as the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021. He now sees the warning signs of the uncertainty to come in 2023.

“All the inflation going on,” Hofer lamented. “Everything goes up in price.”

Everything except his internet bill, that is. Recently, Hofer learned that he had won Bluepeak Streamin Summer Contest. Hofer, who works in software sales, walked away with 12 months of free one gigabit per second (Gbps) fiber internet package worth $1,000.

“I was like, ‘Wow, that’s pretty awesome,'” he said. “It saves money, especially in the current state of the economy, to have that extra cash in your pocket.”

At a time when many are bracing for tough times ahead, Hofer is one of thousands in South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming and Oklahoma that the fiber internet service provider Bluepeak hopes to help by providing affordable, stablereliable options.

Hofer, a resident of the Bakker Park neighborhood of Sioux Falls, said the award would be a relief to his personal finances for the next year.

“If you think about it, it’s grocery money for the week or it’s money you can use for fuel,” Hofer pointed out. “It’s always a plus to have one less bill to worry about. If you have a student loan payment, car payment, or house payment, you don’t have to worry.

Hofer remains optimistic ahead of what could be an economic downturn in 2023.

“In the long run, you just have to figure it out,” Hofer said. “That’s all you can do. Make it work with what you have.

Thanks to his recent luck and Bluepeak, Hofer will have one less bill under his belt. Even without the raffle prize, Hofer confirmed that he would “definitely” recommend Bluepeak as one of the fastest, most reliable, and most affordable internet options in Sioux Falls.

Bluepeak offers comprehensive and transparent pricing, where the price on the website is the price on the bill, with download speeds of up to one gigabit per second (Gbps). With Bluepeak, local residences and businesses benefit from faster speed, equal upload and download speeds, and eero Securewhich provides whole-home Wi-Fi and protects devices from online threats, ads, and enables personalized content filtering.

Those in South Dakota looking for more information on available packages can visit mybluepeak.com.

About Blue Peak

Bluepeak builds a faster, more reliable Internet without the things that get in the way of great service – like paperwork, hidden fees, and slow response times. Delivering up to 5 gigabits of speed for residential customers and 10 gigabits for business, Bluepeak is a whole new ballgame – from the internet to TV, to connecting all the devices in a home, to ‘to power a business, Bluepeak not only provides the best fiber connections in the communities it serves, but also meets the growing lifestyle needs of its customers.

Contact Details

Jesse Granger

+1 720-703-4315

mediaqueries@mybluepeak.com

Company Website

https://www.mybluepeak.com

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Astound Broadband Recognized as Best Cable Internet Service Provider in PCMag’s 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards https://throughwalls.net/astound-broadband-recognized-as-best-cable-internet-service-provider-in-pcmags-2022-readers-choice-awards/ Thu, 13 Oct 2022 13:14:44 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/astound-broadband-recognized-as-best-cable-internet-service-provider-in-pcmags-2022-readers-choice-awards/ Being dubbed the “Undisputed Winner” among cable ISPs reinforces our collective commitment to serving customers with innovative technologies and unparalleled customer service. PRINCETON, NJ (PRWEB) October 13, 2022 Stunning High Speed (Astound), the sixth-largest U.S. cable company, powered by leading regional providers RCN, Grande Communications (Grande), Wave Broadband (Wave) and enTouch Systems (enTouch), was […]]]>

Being dubbed the “Undisputed Winner” among cable ISPs reinforces our collective commitment to serving customers with innovative technologies and unparalleled customer service.

Stunning High Speed (Astound), the sixth-largest U.S. cable company, powered by leading regional providers RCN, Grande Communications (Grande), Wave Broadband (Wave) and enTouch Systems (enTouch), was recognized for the seventh consecutive year, receiving the top spot ranked highest in 2022 for the best “Cable Internet Service Provider (ISP)” in PCMag’s 2022 Readers’ Awards. Astound Broadband also placed in the top ten for a variety of categories such as “Best Gaming ISP”, “Fastest ISP” and “Business Choice ISP”.

According to PCMag, the world’s largest professional reviewer of consumer electronics and technology, its readers have rated Astound Broadband the best cable ISP for overall satisfaction, connection speed, connection reliability, customer service, technical support, value and likelihood to recommend, among others. These results place Astound’s satisfaction ratings “far ahead of other cable companies“, interviewed by PCMag.

When it comes to business, Astound Business Solutions is also a clear winner with PCMag readers, especially for the value it delivers to businesses,”with the highest score ever“, according to PCMag. Astound Business Solutions has ranked #1 in reliability, technical support, and value for the past several years.

“Thank you to all of our loyal residential and business customers for recognizing Astound Broadband over the past seven years, especially as the Best Cable Internet Service Provider for 2022,” said Chris Fenger, COO of Astound Broadband. “Being dubbed the ‘Undisputed Winner’ among wired ISPs reinforces our collective commitment to serving customers with innovative technologies and unparalleled customer service.”

As Astound continues to expand into new markets, it remains an industry leader in home and business solutions with a growing portfolio of technology offerings, including fiber and broadband services that deliver some of the fastest speeds. fastest available, including 1.2 Gigabit (1200 Mbps download/20 Mbps upload). Additionally, the company recently rolled out its Astound TV+ app, a new streaming app that allows customers to stream live TV, access free on-demand programs and a variety of other platforms to inside and outside the home when connected to WiFi.

About Astound Broadband

Staggering Broadband (astonish.com) is the sixth-largest cable operator in the United States, providing award-winning high-speed Internet, broadband communications, television, telephone and fiber optic solutions for residential and business customers across the States -United. Astound Broadband is made up of organizations formerly known as RCN, Grande Communications, Wave Broadband and enTouch. The company serves Chicago, Indiana, eastern Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New York, Maryland, Washington, DC, Texas, parts of California, Oregon and Washington.

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Cheyenne Man Wins Free Bluepeak Internet Service for a Year | Company https://throughwalls.net/cheyenne-man-wins-free-bluepeak-internet-service-for-a-year-company/ Wed, 12 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://throughwalls.net/cheyenne-man-wins-free-bluepeak-internet-service-for-a-year-company/ Blue Peak Logo $1,000 bundle of fast, reliable fiber internet. Longtime Cheyenne resident Robert Motily was recently told he was a winner in blue peak‘s Streamin’ Summer Sweepstakes. Motily — an Air Force veteran and retired federal employee — said he was “pleasantly surprised” by the price and shared a ringing endorsement of his new […]]]>






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Longtime Cheyenne resident Robert Motily was recently told he was a winner in blue peak‘s Streamin’ Summer Sweepstakes. Motily — an Air Force veteran and retired federal employee — said he was “pleasantly surprised” by the price and shared a ringing endorsement of his new fiber internet provider.

“I will say whether I won or not, the Bluepeak experience was really good,” Motily said.

This accolade comes after just one month of service from Bluepeak. From a salesman answering all his questions to construction crews visiting multiple times to get his lawn back to his satisfaction, the retiree added that he would definitely recommend the Bluepeak service to others.

Now that it is also a winner of the Summer Streamin’ Sweepstakes, Motily will now benefit from 12 months of free one gigabit per second (Gbps) service from Bluepeak. The winning fiber internet package is worth $1,000.

Robert switched to Bluepeak after years of price hikes from his former ISP, saying “they’re pretty famous for that.” Bluepeak offers great value, with a minimum speed level of one gigabit per second (Gbps) Internet service at only $50 per month.

Those in Cheyenne looking for more information can visit mybluepeak.com. Residents and businesses interested in service availability or details on the construction process can sign up to receive updates by entering their service address at mybluepeak.com.

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