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Unlike traditional cable, which can slow down at peak times, our fiber internet stays fast 24/7 because we operate at a lower capacity than other networks. And your fiber connection is loyal to you — not shared with the neighborhood.
Get your heart pumping with our super-fast fiber network. With home internet speeds of up to 5 gigs, fiber has equally fast uploads and downloads, making it the best option for gamers, streamers and everyone working or learning from home.
Fiber internet and gig-speeds can increase your home value. Studies show homes with a gig-speed fiber connection rise in value by an average of 3.1%*. For the median home price of $550,000, that’s an additional $17,050.
Ultra-high definition 4K TV shows 4x more pixels than older model TVs, giving you a crisper picture. With a fiber connection, you’ll have no trouble streaming high-quality shows and movies.
We don’t play games. But we want you to. Fiber internet has the lowest latency of all internet connection types, allowing for a constant flow of data and no delays. Whenever you move your mouse, the game follows.
Fiber is an environmentally friendly, low-energy internet solution. Its infrastructure saves energy and emits less carbon dioxide than cable internet. Also, fiber equipment only requires power at a central office and at the installation point, meaning it draws less energy from the power grid.
Fiber gives you enough bandwidth to connect your family’s multiple devices, smart home appliances and new technologies with no slowdowns. Our future-proof technology means your connections will be supported for the long-term.
Sign up today for fast, reliable internet with no annual contract or data caps holding you back. Our local support team is available 24/7, always ready to provide you with refreshingly great service.
No long distance here. Ziply Fiber is a local company, headquartered here in the Northwest. We’re excited to bring fiber to the neighborhoods we live and work in.
*According to a 2015 study conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Carnegie Mellon University
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