US fibre broadband provider Fastwyre Broadband announced its plans to provide fibre-optic broadband network for both residents and businesses in Nevada, Missouri. According to Fastwyre, this move follows Fastwyre's recent launch in Sedalia and Warrensburg, where the provider introduced high-speed fibre networks.
Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) Infrastructure
Fastwyre stated that the infrastructure it is deploying ensures that the fibre-optic connection is delivered directly to the premises of customers, enabling high-speed and reliable internet access with speeds ranging from 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps. Customers can expect symmetrical speeds (equally fast upload and download speeds), providing a seamless and high-quality connection for various online activities.
"We're thrilled to become part of the Nevada community and deliver our fast and high-quality fibre network at exceptional value to both residents and businesses," said Fastwyre Broadband. "As a broadband provider, we aim to provide first-class customer service and effective solutions to the Nevada community."
Fastwyre stated that it has a track record of partnering with community organisations and supporting initiatives that enhance the community, stimulate new business activity, and contribute to job growth.
Fastwyre has stated that it offers unlimited data usage without any extra charges for exceeding data limits and customers have the option to bundle high-speed internet with TV and home phone services, providing cost savings and convenience.
As per Fastwyre, the company is rapidly expanding its fibre network and has expansion plans across multiple states, including Missouri, Louisiana, Alabama, and Nebraska, to serve communities in need of upgraded internet services.