C Spire prepping gigabit ‘Fiber to the Home’ service, asks where to put it

25 Sep


Gigabit internet access is all the rage these days, and C Spire is entirely willing to give in to peer pressure. It just announced an upcoming C Spire Fiber to the Home service that will supply 1Gbps internet access and IPTV to Mississippi residents sometime in 2014. Exactly where it arrives will depend on feedback, however. Much like Google, C Spire wants both municipal governments and residents to plead their case; the more vocal regions will get service first. Only local leaders can solicit C Spire at this stage, but everyone else will get their chance starting on September 30th.  by engadget

C Spire Announces Plans for Aggressive Launch of Ultra High-Speed 1 Gbps Fiber to the Home Service to Consumers

At a press conference today, C Spire executives revealed highly-anticipated details about the company’s ambitious plans to deploy 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second) ultra high-speed Internet access, called C Spire Fiber to the Home. This significant event was attended by Lt. Governor Tate Reeves, Former Kansas City Mayor Joe Reardon and other Mississippi government and business leaders and included a personal video from Governor Phil Bryant – all in support of C Spire’s move to make the state a technology leader.
C Spire’s Fiber to the Home 1 Gbps Internet service promises to transform communities into magnets for investment and economic growth by bringing the technology of tomorrow to thousands of homes in cities, towns and neighborhoods in the company’s service area.

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