Vexus Fiber, a leading fiber service provider in Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico, announced their 100% fiber-to-the-home network is now available to thousands of homes in the San Angelo, Texas community. Before year-end, Vexus is looking to bring service to over ten thousand homes in the San Angelo region. As Vexus continues to approach its goal of bringing reliable internet service to homes in San Angelo, you can find updates about the construction and its progress at connect.VexusFiber.com.
“After several months of construction, we’re extremely excited to announce that our first set of homes in San Angelo are now eligible for our 100% fiber-optic network service,” said Bill Flowers, West Texas Regional Vice President for Vexus. “Residents of the San Angelo community now have a new choice for internet. Our future-proof technology provides the citizens of San Angelo with reliable, fast, multi-gigabit speeds for all their bandwidth needs.”
Unlike outdated cable internet, Vexus provides customers with a network that was built for the future. As many consumers know, technology is ever-changing, and they need a network that was built to handle these upgrades. The equipment and design being used by Vexus are built to scale and update as internet demand in the community continues to rise. This gives consumers a network they don’t need to worry about changing or upgrading.
Vexus Fiber plans to open a local store in San Angelo in the upcoming months to better serve customers locally. Vexus has a 24/7 Texas-based call center focused on outstanding customer experience and service.
“Demands on bandwidth are high in homes today. Activities such as working from home, online learning and multiple video streams mean residents need a network that delivers lightning-fast upload and download speeds,” added Flowers. “Our construction teams continue to work in the area, and we look forward to adding thousands of homes over the next few months.”
Vexus Fiber currently operates fiber-to-the-home networks in Lubbock, Amarillo, Wichita Falls, Abilene and surrounding areas in Texas, as well as Hammond, Covington and Mandeville areas in Louisiana. The company is also building new networks in the Rio Grande Valley, Laredo, Tyler, Nacogdoches and Huntsville, Texas in addition to Lake Charles, Sulphur, West Lake and Alexandria, Louisiana, as well as Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Vexus also participates in the federal Affordable Connectivity Program, which provides eligible households a benefit of up to $30 a month or $75 a month on qualifying tribal lands to reduce the cost of broadband service. Internet speeds start at 150/150 Mbps for as low as $0 for qualifying households.
Interested in signing up for Vexus Fiber? Residents and businesses can visit connect.vexusfiber.com to sign up for services today.
Additionally, Vexus plans to hire local sales, technical and customer service professionals to support the area. For those interested in joining the Vexus Fiber team visit vexusfiber.com/jobs