PATTERSON, Penn. – July 17, 2019 – GoNetspeed, a high-speed fiber optic Internet provider, today announced its plans to further expand to Patterson Heights and Mckees Rocks as well as select neighborhoods in existing markets including Beaver Falls, Aliquippa and New Brighton.
“We’re extremely excited to increase the availability of our fast, fiber-optic Internet service to more neighborhoods in Beaver County,” said Tom Perrone, Chief Operating Officer of GoNetspeed. “We have aggressive growth plans to continue our momentum throughout the area to provide consumers and business alike with low-cost, high-speed Internet services.”
GoNetspeed’s initial serviceable area in Beaver County included Ambridge, Beaver Falls, Baden, Conway, Monaca, Beaver, Rochester, New Brighton and Aliquippa. With this expansion, the company can now serve more than 20,000 homes and small businesses in Beaver County with a starting bandwidth offering of 150 Mbps for $50 per month. The two other residential service options remain at 500 Mbps and 1 Gbps (Gigabits per second). As an introductory offer the company is also waiving its installation fee, a $100 value, for all serviceable customers.
What differentiates GoNetspeed from other providers is the ability to offer customers direct access to 100 percent fiber connectivity, without any extra fees or taxes, and with no contract required. GoNetspeed also provides a Lifetime Price Pledge that guarantees the customer pays the same price for their Internet speeds for the entire time they remain a customer within a GoNetspeed service territory.
GoNetspeed will continue to expand into new neighborhoods and areas based on demand, noting areas need at least 15% interest for consideration. Communities are encouraged to register their interest on GoNetspeed’s website.
GoNetspeed is a high-speed fiber-optic Internet provider serving residential and small business customers. The company was founded by Frank Chiaino, who also formed Fibertech Networks, which built more than 14,000 miles of fiber networks across the Northeast - including more than 2,500 route miles in Connecticut. GoNetspeed is now serving 14 communities throughout Pennsylvania and Connecticut. For more information on the company, or to inquire about service, please visit www.gonetspeed.com.