Expanding the Ting network in Charlottesville
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Hey, Cville. How’s it going? You may have seen our Ting trucks in and around your neighborhood lately. We’re working hard to build the network to brand new neighborhoods as well as increase our current network capacity in neighborhoods that already have Ting.
We’re excited about the high demand for Ting Internet here in Charlottesville. Once we’ve expanded our network, we can start lighting up more homes and businesses. This is great news for us as well as Cville residents who want Ting Internet.
Adding capacity in areas we currently service doesn’t come at a cost to building in new areas. We’re actively designing, planning and building in new Cville neighborhoods at the same time.
Building a fiber network is a big undertaking. It’s a sizeable investment and it takes time. All good things do, right? We look at it as short term pain for long term gain, and we hope you do too.
Neighborhood construction updates
We’re almost ready to start lighting up Redfields. We have a little more work to complete before we can start connecting homes and businesses to the crazy fast fiber network. If you’ve pre-ordered, you can be sure we’ll let you know as soon as we’re ready to invite you into the Ting fiber family. If you haven’t already done so, pre-order today to secure the best price on installation.
Who’s up next? We’re currently designing and planning the fiber network build to Fry’s Spring. We’ll be working on design through the summer and plan on starting construction in the fall. If you haven’t already, pre-order today so you’re no left waiting when we arrive.
Our team of technicians are on the ground and hard at work all all over town. We do our best to stay out of the way and we always respect people’s property. If you see us out and about, say hi. We prefer waves over honks. Especially when we’re up on a ladder. If you see something that bothers you, no need to resort to extreme measures (not that any sane person would, of course). Please do let us know. We take this stuff very seriously and we address all concerns.