SEATTLE – GigabitNow, a division of IsoFusion, a leading provider of Internet access and IT services on the west coast of the United States, announced today the expansion of Gigabit Fiber Internet services into the northeastern United States starting in Salem, Massachusetts. GigabitNow will deliver Gigabit Internet services via an exclusive partnership with fiber-optic network developer SiFi Networks, which will be constructing the citywide fiber network, passing every home and business in the city. The network will ensure Salem residents and businesses have access to fast, reliable Gigabit Fiber Internet connectivity without bandwidth caps, buffering, or privacy concerns.
GigabitNow is excited to bring reliable, 100% fiber Internet services to the northeast and is pleased to be starting in a great city like Salem. Like in its most recent Gigabit city, Fullerton, California, GigabitNow will deliver gigabit fiber Internet to Salem with the fastest symmetrical speeds, unlimited data usage, the most advanced Wi-Fi available, 24/7 live customer support, all without long-term contracts or hidden fees. Businesses will benefit from unmatched fiber Internet reliability and an extensive range of connectivity options, telephone, data center, and cloud solutions that GigabitNow's parent organization, IsoFusion, has been delivering to businesses across the country for almost 30 years.
With its expansion into Salem, GigabitNow adds another community fiber network to its growing list of communities served by Gigabit Fiber Internet that surpasses the Internet speeds and reliability of incumbent providers. GigabitNow's expansion into the city of Salem, Massachusetts is the start of GigabitNow's broader northeast deployment, adding to its established networks in California, Oregon, and Washington state, all designed and built to meet today's demands for Internet connectivity with scalability into the future. SiFi Networks' construction in Salem is set to begin at the end of 2020, with service installations to residents and businesses starting the summer of 2021.
Subscribers want two things: reliable Wi-Fi and continuous coverage for all of their connected devices. To get this, many customers will purchase third-party Wi-Fi routers and gateways from their local consumer electronics retailer. And while these may work, the data shows that most subscribers usually call their service providers when they experience service or security issues with these third-party systems.
It doesn't have to be this way. By offering a managed Wi-Fi solution, service providers can avoid the pain of trying to resolve issues caused by these consumer-grade routers and offer a solution that delivers their subscribers the ultimate Wi-Fi experience – while also generating new streams of revenue.
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