SandyNet has introduced some incredible fiber connectivity deals for local businesses. Like residents, businesses can now get gigabit service for $60 per month and 100 Mbps for $40 per month. The utility also continues to offer enterprise connections, with rates established on a case-by-case basis.
Until SandyNet began to deploy the FTTH network, business customers that needed more bandwidth relied on the town’s dedicated Wi-Fi service which offered advertised speeds of up to 30 Mbps download, however, that cost $175 per month.
Smaller businesses could sign up for traditional Wi-Fi – the system residents also used – but speeds maxed out at only 5 Mbps or 10 Mbps download. Prices were $25 per month and $35 per month respectively.
Wi-Fi business customers can now make the switch to fiber for no extra fee. Those that are new customers to SandyNet will need to pay a one-time $350 connection fee.
Hungry for more on the SandyNet story? For more on how they did it, check out our video Gig City Sandy: Home of the $60 Gig. You can also listen our interview with Joe Knapp in Episode #17 of the Community Broadband Bits podcast.
This article is apart of MuniNetworks. The original piece can be found here