altafiber to bring fiber optic network to 65,000 new addresses across Ohio

(UI) – altafiber announced the deployment of its cutting-edge 10-Gig XGS-PON fiber network to approximately 65,000 addresses in the following communities starting in 2024:

Clark County, Ohio

  • City of New Carlisle

Clinton County, Ohio

  • Village of Blanchester
  • Village of Sabina

Delaware County, Ohio

  • Concord Township
  • Liberty Township

Fayette County, Ohio

  • Village of Jeffersonville

Madison County, Ohio

  • Village of Mt. Sterling
  • Village of West Jefferson

Montgomery County, Ohio

  • City of Trotwood
  • City of West Carrollton
  • City of Germantown
  • City of Miamisburg

Dearborn County, Indiana

  • City of Aurora

In addition to previously announced public-private partnerships covering over 160,000 addresses, this announcement continues altafiber’s opportunistic edge-out strategy as it delivers on its mission to provide individuals and businesses with the fastest, most reliable, future-proof fiber network. Access to reliable high-speed Internet is an essential service for residents and businesses to address hybrid work, virtual learning, telemedicine and many other essential daily activities.

altafiber has invested more than $1.5 billion into its fiber network to date, reaching approximately 730,000 addresses. altafiber also plans to expand its multi-gigabit fiber network to approximately 400,000 homes outside of its incumbent territories, including new markets in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.

altafiber has a long history and progressive experience in providing and managing large and complex wireline and wireless projects. The company in 2014 became the first Internet Service Provider in Greater Cincinnati to offer 1 gigabit Internet, and in 2021 became the first Internet Service Provider to introduce 2 gigabit speeds in that market.


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