ESCANABA–Highline, the high-speed internet provider, announced the availability of 2-gigabit-per-second internet service in the markets it serves in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and the Thumb area.
Company officials said Highline is on target to complete construction to more than 32,000 Upper Peninsula and Thumb residential households while fulfilling the company’s mission to address unserved, underserved and previously unhappily served residents by providing real high-speed internet service, while continuing to add additional products and services to homeowners.
“Highline is fulfilling our promise to construct and provide high-speed Internet to over 50,000 households in Michigan, and we feel that the needs of many residents will be better met with our new bundle plans that allow working, streaming and gaming to be fulfilled with 2-gigabit speeds,” said Highline CEO Layne Levine. “These symmetrical download and upload speeds will allow residents to work from home, stream multiple devices, and compete on any game. We hear the needs of Michigan residents and want to provide the services that they require, and also deliver these services with superior customer service experience that has been missing from Service Providers of the past”.
Highline installed its first customer in October 2021 and by the end of 2023 will have thousands of customers in 10 Michigan counties: Sanilac, Tuscola, St. Clair, Lapeer, Mackinac, Chippewa, Schoolcraft, Delta, Menominee, Dickinson, Iron and Gogebic.
Visit www.highlinefast.com to see the areas where service is available or will be soon.
Highline has built, owned, and operated fiber networks and currently serves the communication and internet needs for thousands of residents and businesses in Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, and Texas.