Understanding Fiber Optic Broadband

Fiber Optic Broadband is a type of internet connection that utilizes fiber optic cables to transmit data at incredibly high speeds. Unlike traditional broadband connections, which often rely on copper wires, fiber optic broadband uses thin strands of glass or plastic fibers to transmit data using light signals.

Fiber optic broadband revolutionizes internet connectivity with its unmatched speed, vast bandwidth, and reliability, surpassing traditional technologies. As a long-term investment, fiber optics supports future innovations, economic growth, and global connectivity by bridging the digital divide and empowering communities with equitable access to high-speed internet.

Fiber optic broadband reaches your home through special cables that carry data using light. These cables connect to larger networks and are brought closer to homes using smaller cables. When it reaches your house, it connects to a box called an ONT. From there, it travels through wires or Wi-Fi to your devices, like computers and phones, giving you fast internet access. To learn more about the build out process read here.

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There is no cost to the homeowner for the installation of a fiber drop to their house. When services are ready for installation, a customer service representative will provide information regarding the prices of available services.