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Why fiber Internet? For our growing digital needs, of course.

Why fiber Internet

It might surprise you to know that today, the main backbone of the Internet in America is fiber. The undersea cables that connect the continents are fiber. Without fiber, the Internet becomes more like the Internot.

So why isn’t fiber to the home (FTTH) more widespread? The fiber gap exists because many ISPs rely on dated copper wiring to connect back to the network. Copper wiring was a purpose-built infrastructure for telephones and later, for cable TV. It wasn’t built with the Internet in mind. It has limited bandwidth, it’s slow relative to fiber and it suffers signal degradation over distances.

A fiber connection can increase home value

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Increase home value with a fiber Internet connection

Did you know fiber Internet can boost home value?

A 2015 study commissioned by the Fiber to the Home Council Americas (FTTH) found that the impact of fiber on property values can be more than three percent. On a $300,000 home, that’s a $9,000 boost.

A fiber connection has an impact on home prices similar to other home improvement projects. Many homeowners opt to renovate and upgrade their homes and properties. These improvements, like redoing the kitchen, putting in hardwood floors or investing in landscaping, can be attractive features to prospective home buyers.

The increase calculated by the FTTH study was $5,437, based on the value of an average US home. To put that boost in perspective, it’s equal to adding a fireplace, half of a bathroom or a quarter of a swimming pool. Not literally, of course; no one wants a quarter of a swimming pool.

Today, people are shopping for more than just curb appeal. They’re looking for a quality Internet connection.

Meet Ting’s City Manager in Centennial, Mark Gotto

Mark Grotto

Meet Mark Gotto

Mark GrottoBorn and raised in Iowa, Mark Gotto has 20 years of experience in the telecom and communications industry.

Mark made Denver his home in 1988. In 2011, he resigned from the telecom world to be a stay-at-home dad. While Mark continued some consulting on the side, he dedicated his time to raising his son Hayden and daughter Grace. He then ran for and won a four-year term as a member of the Centennial City Council. Mark brings a wealth of experience to his new role at Ting, and with a background in telecom and public service, he’s kind of the perfect fit.

Our Ting Internet pricing promise

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What do you pay for Internet access at home?

Unless you’re already a Ting Internet customer (thanks!) it’s safe to assume it’s not the price you thought you were signing up for.

CES 2018 – Cord cutting favorites from the Consumers Electronic Show

CES 2018

New cord-cutting tech revealed at CES 2018

The Consumers Electronic Show, or CES, is like candy to the sweet tooth for anyone who loves the newest technology products. Everything from the best in smartphones and VR to the latest in dishwashers—it is all at CES 2018.

With over 100,000 attendees, it is also one of the largest trade shows in the United States. We were among those to attend this year’s Consumers Electronic Show in Los Vegas to preview some of its exciting products and services.

Here are some of the biggest cord cutting stories from CES 2018.

We’re coming to Walnut Hills and Hunters Hill

Ting fiber network construction

In our Centennial progress reports, we offer as much information as we possibly can on the fiber network build process. We’ll also talk about Ting events, promotions and some of the work we’re doing in the Centennial community. Check back regularly to keep up to date on the latest.

Ting fiber network construction continues

Great news, Centennial. We’re starting construction in Phase 1B of our fiber network build, which is made up of Walnut Hills and Hunters Hill.

Thanks to everyone in these neighborhoods who pre-ordered! We’re thrilled to start bringing fiber to your homes.

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