GoNetspeed Expands Fiber Optic Presence in Pittsburgh

GoNetspeed, a fiber-optic Internet service provider, today announced it has added Beaver Falls, Economy, Conway, Beaver, Monaca and Rochester, Pennsylvania, to its Pittsburgh service territory.  In October 2017, the company launched its expansion efforts in the Pittsburgh area, by offering residential service in Ambridge.

“Residents have spoken and we’re excited to announce our expansion plans to new communities not only in Ambridge but also in these 6 other towns,” said Frank Chiaino, Chairman of GoNetspeed.

The company also announced it has introduced an offer for residential customers called its “Lifetime Price Pledge.” According to the offer, for the entire time a resident is a customer and within its service territory, GoNetspeed will not raise their monthly Internet fee.

“We’re hearing from potential customers that their main pain points are limited competition and the rising cost of Internet service and cable TV,” said Larry Coleman, President of GoNetspeed. “GoNetspeed has built a product that not only offers speeds they can’t get from other providers, but also the ability to lock in their price today.”

With the adoption of streaming services, bandwidth-intensive gaming, and shear number of Internet of Things (IoT), high-speed Internet connectivity to the home has become critical. GoNetspeed aims to bridge the digital divide by delivering its service directly over fiber-optic connections to its customers.

The company plans to expand service to other communities in Pennsylvania, as well as in other areas where interest is generated.

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