21 Jul, 2020, 08:00 ET
PEORIA, Ill., CHAMPAIGN-URBANA, Ill., SPRINGFIELD, Ill., WARREN, R.I., BRISTOL, R.I. and BARRINGTON, R.I., July 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- i3 Broadband, an independent and local provider of fiber-optic Gigabit high-speed internet service, is excited to announce FREE speed upgrades to all of their residential internet customers.
"This is an unprecedented time in our world resulting in an increased demand for connectivity. i3 Broadband's network has the capacity, so we're increasing our Internet speeds across the board for all residential customers. As usual, there are no tricks or gimmicks - we are increasing these speeds automatically, permanently, and at no additional costs to our customers," said Brian Olson, General Manager.
The majority of residential internet customers will see an increase in their download speeds, and all residential fiber internet customers will see their upload speeds doubled! This upgrade comes at no additional cost and does not require any changes from the customer.
"We have seen a large increase in the demand for upload speeds as more and more people are video-conferencing and producing content from home. Our ability to provide such a drastic increase in upload speeds illustrates the efficiency of our network and why a Fiber-Rich Network is so important for communities going forward," said Josh Bradbury, Director of Sales and Marketing.
i3 Broadband's speed increases will continue to give internet customers a world-class fiber-rich internet experience.
About i3 Broadband
Locally-based i3 Broadband provides Internet, WiFi, TV and Voice services through a 100% fiber-optic network in the Greater Peoria, Champaign-Urbana, and Springfield, Illinois and a Fiber-Rich network in the East Bay of Warren, Bristol, and Barrington, Rhode Island markets. i3 Broadband is committed to providing the best customer experience possible through local operations, exceptional staff, and community involvement. For more information visit i3broadband.com, or call (309) 689-0711.
SOURCE i3 Broadband
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