For Immediate Release:
Contact: Rebecca Kann
PA Acceleration Project
GoNetspeed Announces Gigabit Investment in Beaver County
Ambridge, Beaver Falls, Conway, Economy Monaca, Aliquippa, Beaver, Brighton, New Brighton, Hopewell, Rochester Could Benefit
$50/month for 100 Mbps and $90/month for 1,000 Mbps – ‘Fiber to the Premises’
(Beaver Falls, PA) – September 26, 2017 – At three community meetings in Ambridge, Monaca and Beaver Falls, the Pennsylvania Acceleration Project announced an ultra-high-speed broadband investment with globally-competitive pricing. At the meetings, GoNetspeed announced they install ‘Fiber to the Premises’ broadband internet where there is strong interest from residents, students, non-profits and businesses for their superior broadband. To get the super-fast internet, guests, residents and businesses were encouraged to show their interest by visiting the www.GoNetspeed.com website and register so that the Company can map their location, prepare engineering studies and compare the location with other interested buyers and existing fiber. Working together neighborhoods can get this major investment. Many guests discussed how national studies show ‘Fiber to the Premises’ increasing real estate values 3% to 7%.
GoNetspeed is a premier provider of ultra-high capacity broadband connectivity delivering ‘Fiber to the Premises’ to select residential and business markets making multi-million-dollar investments in communities with zero-taxpayer funding. GoNetspeed wants to provide Beaver County with speeds up to 100x faster than traditional providers.
The PA Acceleration Project led by former state legislator Kelly Lewis, Esq., announced a series of meetings at libraries to showcase the ways Beaver County can maximize the use and economic impacts of this extraordinary broadband investment. The October meetings are:
Meeting time will vary slightly for October 3, 9, 17 and 23, 2017:
- Ambridge, at the Laughlin Memorial Library
- Monaca, Monaca Public Library
- Beaver Falls, Carnegie Free Library
In 2017, few companies in the world are constructing ‘Fiber to the Premises’. Communities with ‘Fiber to the Premises’ are very attractive to real estate buyers.
Service in Ambridge is expected to go live in October 2017. In other communities, GoNetspeed is seeking 10% interest from residents and businesses to construct and deliver ‘Fiber to the Premises’. To get the 10% threshold, residents and businesses are asked to register their interest at www.GoNetspeed.com. There are no obligations or requirements for communities to push to reach the 10% community interest.
To attend the October meetings, please RSVP or for more information on these meetings and GoNetspeed, call or email Rebecca Kann, 717.975.7430 or Rebecca@LewisStrategic.com. RSVPs are also being accepted on EventBrite.
Meeting topics will include, “How Small Businesses Can Take Advantage of High-Speed Internet, “How Residences Can Save Up To $50/month with GoNetspeed,” “Cord Cutting Tips from AcceleratePA” and “How to Watch Your Favorite Sports Teams Over High-Speed Internet”. The meetings will be held at library locations to promote the use of Internet TV and other uses of ultra-high capacity, ultra-high-speed broadband.
At $50/month for 100 Mbps, synchronous download/upload speeds, it’s a tremendous opportunity! For 1000 Mbps, the $90/month price from GoNetspeed is globally competitive pricing.
In addition to the initial roll-out for municipalities, the best way for other communities to get GoNetspeed is to register your interest at www.GoNetspeed.com.
With your registration of interest, GoNetspeed will review your location and send you additional information to sign-up. Then, if you want to GoNetspeed, you can easily sign-up and schedule your service installation. Yes, it’s that easy!
With GoNetspeed you don’t have to miss Steelers, Penguins or Pirates games, your favorite movies or TV shows. You can watch Netflix, Amazon Video, AppleTV and Hulu.
Follow GoNetspeed on Facebook @GoNetspeedInternet and LinkedIn @netspeed-internet.
The Pennsylvania Acceleration Project (www.PAaccelerationProject.com) was established to help promote technology investment, innovation and advanced workforce trainings across Pennsylvania.
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