Ting fiber installations and continued construction
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In our Centennial progress reports, we offer as much information as we 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. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest.
Hey Centennial, in our last update we shared information on all the areas of the fiber network in Centennial. Now, we’re working on construction in a few new neighborhoods.
Where you can get Ting Internet in Centennial
When we talk about fiber Internet, the first question we get is “when can I get it?” It’s the right question. If you live in Willow Creek 1, 2 or 3, Walnut Hills, Hunters Hill, Willow Creek 1 Patio Homes or Foxridge, the answer is now; you can get Ting crazy fast fiber Internet now. Get started by entering your address at ting.com/centennial. We’ll follow up in short order to book your installation.
Where construction has wrapped up
We’ve just finished fiber construction in Homestead Farm II, Mira Vista, Heritage Greens, Orchard Valley and Piney Creek. Now, we’re connecting these neighborhoods to our central data center and cleaning up.
You can still pre-order at ting.com/centennial and get a $250 discount on Ting gigabit Internet. That covers the full cost of installation and leaves $50 to go toward your future bills.
The build continues
We’ve added some new neighborhoods to the network and construction is already underway. If you live in Ridgeview Hills South, Homestead Farm, Homestead in the Willows or Mill Creek and see our Ting trucks out and about, give us a wave! We’re hard at work, digging to install the conduit that protects the optical fibers underground.
If you have any questions about construction, a great place to start is our post all about what to expect from construction.
All new neighborhoods where we’re building the fiber network will also be connected back to our data center. If you live in the neighborhood don’t forget to pre-order Ting Internet.
Pre-order at ting.com/centennial and get a $250 discount on Ting gigabit Internet. That covers the full cost of installation and leaves $50 to go toward your future bills.
Ting in the Central Business District
We’ve added a business phase to the network and construction is already underway. If you work in the downtown Centennial West area you’ll see our crews installing fiber conduit underground. We will be lighting up the area soon. Order Ting for your business at ting.com/businessfiber.
Construction coming soon
In the coming months, we will begin construction in Nob Hill and Highlands at Piney Creek. Be sure to look for more communication from us.
If you live in Nob Hill or Highlands at Piney Creek, don’t forget to pre-order Ting. Your pre-order unlocks a discount that covers the full cost of installation and leaves $50 to go toward your future bills.
Didn’t see your neighborhood?
If your neighborhood isn’t one of our announced phases, that means we don’t have an ETA for fiber coming to you just yet. We publish construction updates every couple of months and we offer progress reports on social media. Keep an eye on these construction updates for more information coming soon.
We’re continuing our construction efforts across Centennial and are expanding throughout the city. Stay tuned for more neighborhood announcements here on the Ting Centennial blog.
Ting around town
Ting has been busy in Centennial, joining in on community events, sponsorships and hosting parties. Here are some of the community highlights from the past few months.
Ting was at the State of our City event. It was a great occasion with many community leaders in attendance to hear updates on the city from Mayor Stephanie Piko.
We threw a phase party in Heritage Greens to celebrate fiber coming to the neighborhood. It was a beautiful day and we had a great turnout. Thanks to everyone who came out.
We also hosted a phase party for Mira Vista and had a lot of great conversations with residents! Thanks to everyone who came out and enjoyed some treats with us.
Ting Centennial also hosted a business event for those businesses in the Central Business District who were interested in getting fiber. Fiber is crucial infrastructure for businesses to keep up and power their communications, cloud backups and so much more.
If you’re looking for a fiber solution for your Centennial business, get in touch with Ting Account Manager, Bryan Upcraft at 720-688-3398 or firstname.lastname@example.org.