Consolidated Communications Partners with Eight New Hampshire Towns for Fiber Internet

Consolidated Communications, a top fiber provider in the U.S., has been selected to build new fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) Internet networks in eight New Hampshire towns.

When complete, the new town networks will connect more than 9,400 homes and businesses to faster, highly reliable broadband connectivity, including symmetrical speed up to 1 Gig, a significant increase over currently available speeds. Customers will be able to work and learn remotely, stream video, game and upload high-bandwidth content from multiple devices simultaneously.

“We’ve seen the positive impact of high-speed internet on local communities and are excited to partner with these towns to deliver fiber, broadband services,” said Rob Koester, senior vice president, consumer product management at Consolidated Communications. “We are committed to expanding and improving rural broadband throughout our service area. Fiber internet is a major driver for lasting economic development, e-commerce and quality-of-life benefits and opportunities.”

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