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Thu, Dec 17, 2020 5:00 PM

Gigabit Pro Internet

Hello!

 

I am gearing up to move in with my fiance and I am looking to get internet service. I am extremely interested in Gigabit Pro and am curious if it's available at the location I would like the service and what the all-in costs are.

 

I just saw that people were reaching out on here for more information, so this is where I landed. Apologies if I'm not in the right spot!

 

Thanks so much and let me know!

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@troyjr4103 wrote:

Hello!

 

I am gearing up to move in with my fiance and I am looking to get internet service. I am extremely interested in Gigabit Pro and am curious if it's available at the location I would like the service and what the all-in costs are.

 

I just saw that people were reaching out on here for more information, so this is where I landed. Apologies if I'm not in the right spot!

 

Thanks so much and let me know!


Gig Pro Requirements can be found here.
 
Some basic information you need to know.
 
We will need to run a serviceability check to see if your home is eligible for the gigabit pro service.
 
Once we conduct the serviceability check on your home, there is up to $500 activation fee and a $500 installation fee totaling $1,000.
 
Service is $299.95 a month with a $19.95 monthly professional-grade equipment rental fee plus taxes.
 
The Gigabit Pro service requires a two-year contract with an early termination fee, which declines over the course of the contract.
 
You will need to have a computer or other device capable of accepting 2 Gbps services to utilize the full capabilities of Gigabit Pro
 
If your home is serviceable, we will need to build fiber optics to your home. That process can take several weeks. We will communicate our progress throughout that time.
 
Additional info at the links below
 
 
 

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