Fastbridge Fiber expands Berks County fibre network

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Relative new start-up FastBridge Fiber is continuing the expansion of its full-fibre network in Berks County, Pennsylvania in the USA to pass an additional 13,000 homes and businesses in the region. 

Since its formation in June 2022, the Wyomissing-based provider has been constructing and installing customers in the Township of Spring, Lower Heidelberg Township, the Borough of Wyomissing and the Borough of Sinking Spring. The expansion area encompasses the construction of additional network infrastructure in the Borough of Wyomissing, the Township of Spring and the Borough of Sinking Spring. As part of this expansion project, FastBridge adds the Wernersville Borough, South Heidelberg Township and the Township of Cumru to their coverage footprint.

As FastBridge Fiber’s fibre-optic internet service becomes available in these areas, residents and businesses will have access to fibre internet, with symmetrical (upload/download) speeds of up to 2Gb/s for residents and up to 10Gb/s for businesses.

John Rinehart, Chief Customer Officer at Fastbridge Fiber says: “Based on our activity and the feedback we’ve heard from customers, it’s clear that Berks County communities have been craving a choice for a new internet service provider that offers simple pricing plans and local customer support paired with modern fibre-optic service. We are excited to offer this choice to these communities.”

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03 February 2023

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