Fayetteville, NC— January 2022 — Metronet is well on its way to bringing its 100 percent fiber-optic network to Fayetteville with installations coming to homes and businesses beginning this week. As Metronet progresses through its construction plan in the City of Fayetteville, customers in the initial construction areas may now sign up for Metronet installation.
“As a beta customer for Metronet's Fayetteville network, I have been able to experience a 100 percent fiber-optic network that has impressive upload and download speeds with no buffering,” said Steve White, a local customer. “Metronet has been incredible to work with as they are gearing up to provide service to the rest of the community. I am excited for my neighbors to have access to their service and experience the impressive quality of service they provide!”
Metronet brings fiber optic services directly to homes and businesses in underserved communities in America with affordable, symmetrical speeds up to 10 Gigabits with no long-term contracts. The company expects its network to be available to more than one million residential households and business locations in the near term, providing more service options to hundreds of communities.
“Fayetteville has welcomed Metronet and our future-proof network into the fabric of their community already and we are glad to reach this milestone in our build where we can start providing our lightning-fast speeds to residents and businesses,” stated John Cinelli, Metronet CEO. “We look forward to the growth in our Metronet network and being part of the economic growth that our services can provide for Fayetteville.”
Metronet will also have a storefront in the Fayetteville area where customers will be able to speak with customer care representatives, sign-up for services and schedule installation.
As Metronet continues construction across Fayetteville, residents in construction areas will receive communication by mail about construction activity in their neighborhood 30 days prior to starting. The company provides additional messaging, such as yard signs, to let residents know when the temporary construction process is beginning in their neighborhood. Metronet crews are identified by ID badges and use branded Metronet vehicles.