New Fidium Gig-speed Fiber Internet Service in Roseville, Sacramento Area

Deliver super-fast speeds with no data caps, contracts, or plans required

Roseville, CA – You’ve seen the trucks around town, now residents of Roseville, Rocklin, Citrus Heights, Antelope, Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova, Sacramento and more have the chance to be on the front lines to experience the all new fiber service Fidium fiber.

With speeds 10 times faster than the national average [1]Fidium is a new residential, symmetric (i.e. same download and upload speeds) Gigabit broadband Internet service from Consolidated Communications (NASDAQ: CNSL). Fidium was created to give customers everything they want, and nothing they don’t. Residents can register now to be the first in line when Fidium lights up in nearly 100,000 homes next month. Fidium’s fiber-to-the-home Internet service will expand to an additional 40,000 homes by the end of the year.

Symmetric gigabit internet service Roseville, Rocklin, Citrus Heights, Antelope, Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova, Sacramento and more;

“Last year, Money.com named Roseville the fifth best place to live in the United States if you work from home,” Roseville Mayor Krista Bernasconi said. “The trend towards remote working has enhanced the growth of our community and its ability to attract new residents and new investments. Consolidated’s investment in its network is proof of this.

This is important for our economic growth, the training of our current and future workforce and for bridging the digital divide.

Krista Bernasconi, Mayor of Roseville

The Future of High Speed ​​Internet

Fidium’s gigabit fiber internet service comes without the hassle of data caps, contracts or required bundles, and offers simple plans and pricing. High-speed symmetric fiber internet is available for $70 per month, including installation and Wi-Fi throughout the house. Fidium customers will get the best experience with the Attune WiFi whole-home management app, which provides speed tests and a host of options to help families stay safe online. Attune lets you see which devices are connected to your network; limit content for age-appropriate use; and set controls on network usage based on time of day. Broadband fiber plans start at just $35 per month.

“Fidium is the future of high-speed Internet service and we are excited to bring Californians this all-new fiber optic broadband service and customer experience at an ultra-competitive price,” said Erik Garr, president of consumer and small business for Consolidated Communications. .

“Fidium’s redesigned experience includes more choice and control while delivering the blazing-fast internet speeds customers need to live, work and learn from home.”

Erik Garr, Consolidated Communications

Each Fidium Fiber Internet plan offers:

  • Simple and affordable pricing ($70 per month for Gig service) that includes WiFi equipment and installation, with no required plans, no data caps and no contracts;
  • A smart whole-home mesh Wi-Fi experience that starts with a best-in-class Wi-Fi 6 gateway and up to two extenders;
  • The Attune WiFi app, which offers new insights, more customization, more control, and an unprecedented level of communication from your network and smart home devices;
  • Easy, hassle-free installation on your schedule with text updates and two-hour appointment windows;
  • Intuitive customer portal with self-service options;
  • Proactive real-time network monitoring to resolve issues remotely before customers even know they are happening; and
  • Premium technical support provided by experienced and compassionate team members.

To sign up to be notified when the service is available, visit FidiumFiber.com/Expansion


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