2 Gig fibre launched by U.S. provider to ‘leave no town behind’

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U.S. provider, Kinetic has announced the availability of its 2 Gig Kinetic fibre in select residential markets. 

The new 2 Gig fibre internet is delivered via a 100 per cent fibre optic connection and the company said that it also plans to expand its multi-Gig offerings for home and business into more markets and higher speeds in the future.

As part of its transformation from a telecommunications provider to a technology leader, Kinetic is involved in a multi-year $2bn capital investment strategy across its 18-state footprint. Last year, the company laid nearly 81,000 miles of next-generation fibre across the communities it serves, many of them small towns and rural areas. Additionally, the provider is working to create unique partnerships with cities, counties and other groups to drive fibre deeper into the network faster.

The launch of the 2 Gig service underscores the strategic positioning of ‘we leave no town behind’ to share Kinetic’s mission to bring high-speed internet service to the towns that other internet carriers may have overlooked.

Mark Lederman, vice president of product for Kinetic said: ‘While many of our competitors are overlooking these markets, we’re optimising them. As more homes have more devices connected to the internet, from gaming systems to streaming movies to refrigerators, families need faster speed to accommodate the demand. Deciding to live in the community that’s right for your family shouldn’t mean compromising access to what your family needs to thrive.’

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