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Will there ever be more competition in home Internet service?

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Whether a member of the Ting team or the mayor of a Ting town, we put your questions in front of smart people.

Will there be more home Internet service competition in the near future?

The great R. Kelly once said, “The greatest competition is, well, me.” Who knows what he’s talking about, but we can assure you Ting doesn’t think this way. I mean, if we did, there’d be no Ting Internet.


Monica Webb, Ting Internet’s Government Relations, points out that there’s a hunger for better Internet in America. However, many municipalities aren’t being served by the incumbents, and as a result are looking to private providers, like Ting, for help building out faster networks.

And if those efforts are being thwarted by legacy providers, you can step in and help by writing, emailing or calling your elected officials at the state level.

Together, we can fly like fiber Internet eagles… into the future.

The race for fiber in Centennial

Hey Centennial. There’s been some great progress down the road to crazy fast fiber Internet coming to your city. Let’s catch up on everything that’s happened since last we spoke.

What’s been going on in Centennial

The City has been hard at work building a main fiber backbone. What’s a fiber backbone? Think of it like a central highway that connects major points of interest.

The City-owned backbone gets fiber Internet into Centennial’s major community institutions. Getting fiber into centralized buildings is important for the community. The backbone is what connects Centennial to the larger network that is the Internet.

Turn your TV into the ultimate music entertainment system

Turn your TV into the ultimate music entertainment system

Whether it be at a party, your business, or just working around the house, music is a major part of everyday life. What better way to enjoy music than by turning your huge TV into the ultimate musical centerpiece?

There are several great music services designed for your TV and here are just a few of our favorites.

FCC chair plans to rollback net neutrality protections

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announces decision to rollback Title II classification
Ting believes strongly in your right to online privacy as well as to neutral access to the Internet that isn’t swayed by whatever content deals or arrangements an Internet service provider might have in place. That’s why we stand opposed to recent efforts to abolish net neutrality protections put in place by the FCC.

Net neutrality laws help the FCC force ISPs to behave, now the FCC wants to allow those companies to monitor themselves. If you disagree with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s announcement last week to rollback net neutrality laws, learn what you can do to help save the Internet right now.

Watching MLB without paying for cable TV

Major League Baseball - Detroit Tigers
Spring is officially here in North America. That means the 2017 Major League Baseball season is just getting started and for the first time, cord cutters have unprecedented access to MLB games.

So crack open a window to let in the spring air as we sit back and enjoy some MLB.

We’re hiring a Strategic Account Manager

Ting is hiring

We’re hiring in Centennial!

Ting Internet is looking for an Enterprise Strategic Account Manager here in Centennial. If you love the Internet like we do, we really need to spend some time together.

Here’s the link to the job description and requirements page where you can apply —or— pass it on if you know someone who might make a good fit!