Glo Fiber, powered by Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel), announced an agreement with municipal officials to deploy next-generation fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband services to Warrenton, Va. Engineering work has begun, and construction is scheduled to begin in early 2024. The project is expected to take 18 months.
Glo Fiber’s future-proof 100 percent fiber network will bring multi-gigabit internet access with symmetrical upload and download speeds to more than 4,700 homes and businesses in the area.
Using Shentel’s 9,000-mile regional fiber network, Glo Fiber can ensure high speeds, low latency and increased reliability. The company has earned a reputation for providing superior local customer service across its markets, including the growing list of communities in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.
Glo Fiber provides a reliable, high-bandwidth connection that can handle multiple devices and users within a home or business, without buffering, while streaming, gaming or video conferencing. Wall-to-Wall Wi-Fi is also available, allowing customers to connect anywhere in their home or business.
As a broadband internet provider in the Mid-Atlantic region, Glo Fiber’s key differentiators include:
- Fiber-to-the-home technology
- Symmetrical download and upload speeds up to 5 Gigs
- Easy, straightforward pricing
- Prompt local customer service
To learn more about Glo Fiber, visit www.glofiber.com or 1-833-WANT GLO (1-833-926-8456).