Aulander, N.C. – Fybe, a broadband service provider and a subsidiary of Roanoke Cooperative, confirms its continuation of expanding services in the Town of Halifax. The expansion brings fiber internet to over 400 homes and businesses in this community.
“We are thrilled to announce the completion of our construction project in the Town of Halifax. With high-speed fiber internet now available, we are one step closer to achieving our vision of bringing the world to rural North Carolina. Fybe believes that internet access should be a right, not a privilege and is dedicated to empowering communities with the tools they need to thrive,” said Bo Coughlin, COO.
This significant investment in the local community brings Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology, which is less susceptible to weather-related outages and other interference that above-ground traditional cables experience. These connections can send data as fast as around 70% of the speed of light and provide broadband connections at speeds of up to 1 Gbps.
Having access to reliable, high-speed internet at a variety of price points gives residents and businesses the tools they need to succeed in the modern world. With work, school, telehealth, and more requiring reliable internet services, Fybe’s team is dedicated to positioning locals for success in connectivity.
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Fybe, an initiative spearheaded by Roanoke Connect Holdings, LLC, a subsidiary of Roanoke Cooperative, is building their broadband network to provide high-speed internet to counties in North Carolina. Fybe offers residential and business customers broadband internet, voice services, and smart grid energy efficiency capabilities. Living a fully connected and enhanced quality of life is Fybe’s commitment to the communities they serve.