EDINBURG, Va. – Glo Fiber, powered by Shenandoah Telecommunications Company ("Shentel") (NASDAQ: SHEN), announced today that construction of their all-fiber network will begin late this summer in the Rockingham County, Virginia towns of Broadway, Bridgewater, Dayton, Grottoes, Timberville, and Elkton. The company will launch services in late 2022, offering blazing fast internet to more than 8,000 homes and businesses by mid-2023.
Glo Fiber delivers future-proof fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) internet access 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 Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
Glo Fiber offers three tiers of symmetrical, high-speed internet access and unlimited local and long-distance phone service. Glo pricing is all-inclusive with no additional fees or surcharges, excluding taxes. To check the status of their neighborhood and receive updates, interested residents can pre-register at www.glofiber.com and businesses can pre-register at www.glofiberbusiness.com.
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