ESCANABA–Highline, the Michigan-based internet service provider, announced Gigabit fiber internet in Wilson, Spalding and Spalding Township, Powers, and Meyer Township, all in the Upper Peninsula’s Menominee County. More than 900 additional homes will have access to reliable, fast fiber optic connections.
“We installed our first Upper Peninsula customer October 15, 2021, and now thousands previously unserved, underserved or unhappily served households are enjoying access to a real internet connection for the first time,” said Bruce Moore, Highlines CEO-Midwest.
Highline customers are connecting multiple TVs, computers, tablets, gaming stations, cell phones, cameras with enough bandwidth to support every device connected to the new Wi-Fi 6 router included in the service.
“Our proven ability to build a reliable fiber optic network providing customers with a future proof technology that significantly improves the ability to work and school from home,” said Moore. “It is very gratifying to resolve a very serious problem our customers have had to deal with for years.”
For more visit www.highlinefast.com or call 1-888-212-0054.
Highline serves the communication and internet needs of residents and businesses in Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska and Texas. Highline is building 10G state-of-the-art, Fiber-to-the-Premise, lightning-fast networks to provide Gigabit internet service to tens of thousands of homes and businesses across the country that are currently unserved, underserved and unhappily served. The company is based in Essexville, near Bay City.