EDINBURG, Va. – Glo Fiber, powered by Shenandoah Telecommunications Company ("Shentel"), announced plans to build a 100% fiber network in Sussex County, DE. Engineering and network design work are currently underway, and construction will ramp up in early 2023 to deliver an all-fiber choice for high-speed, reliable service to over 21,000 homes and businesses in the County. This will be Glo Fiber's first project in Delaware, continuing their extension of high-quality fiber-based network and services to communities in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Glo Fiber provides multi-gigabit internet access, streaming TV, and phone service in the Mid-Atlantic region, with optional wall-to-wall Wi-Fi service that allows customers to connect anywhere in their home or business. Using Wi-Fi 6 technology, customers can enjoy faster speeds, higher performance, and better support for multiple devices throughout the home with the assurance of advanced protection and automatic updates.
Using Shentel's 7,600-mile regional fiber network, Glo Fiber can ensure high speeds, low latency, and fair pricing. The company has earned a reputation for providing outstanding local customer service across its markets, including the growing list of communities in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.
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