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Holly Springs construction: wrapping up Phase 3 and heading into Phase 4

Holly Springs construction

In our Holly Springs 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 Holly Springs community. Check back regularly to keep up to date on the latest.

Holly Springs construction continues

Over the last few months, we’ve been finishing up Phase 3 of the network build in Holly Springs. There’s no rest for fiber, and our teams are hard at work in Phase 4A and B.

That’s a wrap on Phase 3 construction

We spent the last months of 2017 focusing our efforts on blowing fiber in 12 Oaks. We’re now in the process of delivering drops and connecting homes and businesses. If you’re in Phase 3 and pre-ordered, you’ll receive a call from our team to book your installation.

If you want to learn a little bit more about fiber blowing and what the process looks like, watch our video below.

Announcing Phase 5 of the Ting fiber network build

Hey Holly Springs, since we came to town, we’ve covered significant ground and lit up many communities on the Ting fiber network.

If you haven’t had a chance, you should take a look at our year in review and read all about some of the cool work Ting got up to in your community in 2017.

The year is coming to an end and we’re already looking forward to what’s on the horizon for 2018. We’re gearing up for Phase 5 of network expansion.

The road to fiber: how fiber optic infrastructure gets built

fiber optic infrastructure

The most common question we get about Ting Internet is “when can I get it?” It speaks to the need for infrastructure much faster and more reliable than the old copper networks. Copper simply wasn’t designed to provide Internet access.

While we’d love to get the whole of North America wired (glassed?) up with the access it so sorely needs, it bears mentioning that fiber is a marathon, not a sprint.

The FCC plans to kill net neutrality. Here’s how to stop them

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A brief overview of the FCC’s plan to kill net neutrality

Net neutrality seems to be on everyone’s mind right now as we steel ourselves for the FCC’s upcoming vote on December 14. It seems the top priority for these Trump-appointed FCC members is to overturn the net neutrality regulations that were hard won under the last administration. Next month’s vote to do just that is very likely to pass by a three-to-two margin.

Right now, the Internet is classified as a public utility under Title II. This allows each Internet user the ability to do what they want online, without preferential treatment given to some websites that would make them faster than others. That’s one of the biggest concerns, that without net neutrality, the Internet will become like two lanes of traffic: the high-speed lane in which the industry’s bigwigs and corporations pay for faster delivery speeds, and the throttled slow lane for everyone else, including startups and lesser-known companies that can’t afford the fast lane.

The positive impact of fiber Internet on the economy and business

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Fiber Internet brings community and local business benefits that go way beyond just crazy fast, reliable Internet, though it certainly brings that.

The day-to-day impact of higher Internet speeds and more efficient communications can have huge ramifications for all levels of business, from your local coffee shop to a big box store with dozens of employees.

Ting Internet Holly Springs 2017: a year in review

Ting Internet Holly Springs

Hey Holly Springs, let’s catch you up on some of the events, partnerships and initiatives Ting took part in over the past year, both in your town and across the Internet. We’re looking forward to more hard work and community involvement in 2018.