NOVOS FiBER invests $20 million to bring fiber broadband to MicKinney, Texas

(WO) – NOVOS FiBER has officially announced its entrance into its second market, McKinney, Texas. Backed by InLight Capital, the DFW headquartered fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) company is allocating $20 million to bring services to McKinney residents. This announcement comes shortly after NOVOS FiBER's successful debut in Arlington, Texas, where the company is investing a further $25 million and already has live customers on its fiber network.

Andrew Snead, NOVOS FiBER CEO, expressed enthusiasm about the positive reception from McKinney's community stating, "We're delighted to be building in McKinney. It's an incredibly vibrant and fast-growing city and we're excited to bring residents high-speed fiber internet with our promise of fairness, transparency and a genuine focus on the customer experience. It's tremendously humbling to hear residents thanking the team for bringing choice to their neighborhood."

Construction of the fiber network began several months ago, and the company is expecting to offer services to 'Phase 1' residents by the end of February with additional communities being added over the coming weeks and months.

"NOVOS is investing in the broader McKinney community, including school and city-organized events and our approach to customer centricity in other cities is reflected in our customer satisfaction scores," said Jennifer Rutledge, Customer Service Manager.


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