HyperFiber launches fiber-optic internet in Hot Springs, Arkansas

(UI) — HyperFiber, an independent, high-speed 100% fiber internet provider, has announced that the company will be delivering gigabit speeds in Hot Springs, allowing more than 19,000 homes in Hot Springs and Garland County to have access to HyperFiber’s reliable, fast, fiber-optic internet services.

With this investment, HyperFiber aims to continue creating a “Hyper-Connected City” in Hot Springs, where residents have their choice of high-speed, reliable internet services, bringing enhanced possibilities for work, entertainment, and overall connectivity.

“We are thrilled that HyperFiber has chosen Hot Springs as the destination for their fiber-optic internet services,” said Gary Troutman, president and CEO of the Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce and Hot Springs Metro Partnership. “This investment in our community aligns with our mission to provide outstanding public service in a courteous manner to our residents and will support the vital resources needed for our communities to thrive and grow.”

Customers started being connected on Feb. 1, with installation continuing throughout spring 2024. As HyperFiber’s service becomes available throughout the area, residents will have access to speeds of one gigabit.

“Not all internet connectivity is the same, and we are so excited to bring choice to Hot Springs residents,” said Dan Kennedy, President and CEO of HyperFiber. “Helping build a ‘Hyper-Connected City’ in Hot Springs is an achievement we are honored to be part of, making reliable connectivity a priority and the community, as a whole, more attractive.”

The HyperFiber connection is symmetrical, meaning upload and download speeds are equal. HyperFiber customers can choose from three plans – 1 Gig (or 1000 Mbps), 500 Mbps or 250 Mbps. HyperFiber offers a 1 Gig for Life plan, where customers are guaranteed the same rate for as long as they are a HyperFiber customer. There are no contracts, no equipment charges or installation fees, and no data caps.

“We’re proud to be part of the Hot Springs community and want to ensure that people get the most out of their experience with us,” said Lori Haight, Director of Markets at HyperFiber. “People deserve a reliable connection, and we are here to make the internet simple and effective.”

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