Bartlesville residents can now lay claim to the title "Gigabit city" with the recent launch of GigaONE, Cable ONE's new Gigabit service.
The company's newest speed is 40 times faster than the average speed currently offered across the United States and now available to the majority of Cable ONE customers.
"GigaONE will support the technology needs of the communities we serve, now and in the future," said Joe Felbab, Vice President of Marketing for Cable ONE. "We are excited to be able to offer Gigabit service to nearly 1.5 million homes in the markets we serve."
Cable ONE has invested more than a half billion dollars over the past five years on network upgrades and enhancements in order to bring the latest technology and fastest speeds to its customers.
"Cable ONE will be the first provider in the majority of our markets to offer Gigabit speeds to residential customers," Felbab said. "Unlike many of our competitors, Gigabit service will be available to all of our customers – not just a select few in certain areas. We've been committed for decades to serving smaller cities and towns, and we are delighted to provide them with the latest technology to make them Gigabit cities in 2017."
Cable ONE Gigabit speeds will enable customers to:
- Download an HD movie in 60 seconds or less
- Download 100 songs in four seconds
- Download a game in 29 seconds
"Our extensive fiber network deployment and continued investment in improving and expanding our network enables us to offer the fastest, most reliable Internet connections at the best value, while contributing to the economic development of the communities we serve," Felbab said.
Customers can visit gigaone.com for more details.
About Cable ONE
Cable One, Inc. is among the 10 largest cable companies in the United States. Serving more than 650,000 customers in 19 states with high-speed Internet, cable television and telephone service, Cable ONE provides consumers with a wide range of the latest products and services, including wireless Internet service, high-definition programming and phone service with free, unlimited long-distance calling in the continental U.S.
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