Glo Fiber, a subsidiary of Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel - NASDAQ: SHEN) on Sept. 15 announced plans to construct a fiber-optic network in Carlisle, PA and to offer services in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Launched in 2019, the Glo Fiber network delivers fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) multi-gigabit broadband internet access, and will offer high-speed data, streaming TV and digital phone services to over 7,000 homes and businesses in Carlisle.
Glo Fiber leverages Shentel's 7,000-mile regional fiber network to ensure high speeds, low latency, and fair pricing. In addition, Shentel prides itself on providing superior local customer service across all its markets, including the growing list of Glo Fiber communities.
"Carlisle Borough is extremely excited about this opportunity and appreciates Shentel's commitment to providing advanced telecommunications services in our Borough," says Tim Scott, Mayor of Carlisle Borough. "I also appreciate their dedication to supporting our community's specific needs. Shentel is regionally headquartered in Virginia and enjoys a great reputation in that state as well as Maryland and Pennsylvania."
Glo Fiber offers three tiers of symmetrical, high-speed internet access, streaming TV and unlimited local and long distance phone service. The Glo TV service is delivered via an app and is compatible with Apple TV, Amazon's Fire Stick and many smart TVs with embedded streaming software. Glo pricing is all-inclusive with no additional fees or surcharges, excluding taxes.
"Shentel is continuing to invest to offer state-of-the-art, reliable and affordable internet to towns, smaller cities and rural markets in the Mid-Atlantic region," concludes Chris Kyle, Vice President of Industry and Regulatory Affairs at Shentel. "We are excited to offer a choice to residents and businesses, especially as we see an uptick in the reliance on strong internet in communities like Carlisle."
To learn more, visit www.glofiber.com.