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Metronet Comes to East Moline, ILMetronet Begins Installing Lightning-Fast Fiber for Customers in East Moline, IL

East Moline, IL— February 2022— Metronet is well on its way to bringing their 100 percent fiber-optic network to East Moline and has begun installations to homes and businesses . As Metronet progresses through its construction plan, customers in the initial construction areas may now sign up for Metronet installation. Those interested in Metronet services call call the sign up number above or check for availability at their address to receive construction updates, access presale information and more.

“The City of East Moline is now one step closer to becoming a Gigabit City with Metronet’s 100 percent fiber optic network,” said John Cinelli, Metronet CEO. “Businesses and residents will have the opportunity to live, work, and play online even faster than before and I look forward to seeing the positive impact that Metronet’s reliable, ultra-high-speed internet will make.”

East Moline customers may visit Metronet’s storefront in neighboring Davenport where customers will be able to speak with customer care representatives, sign-up for services and schedule installation.

Metronet brings fiber optic services directly to homes and businesses in underserved communities in America with affordable, symmetrical upload and download 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.

As Metronet continues construction throughout East Moline, residents in construction areas will receive communication by mail about construction activity in their neighborhood 30 days prior to beginning and 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 marked by ID tags and branded vehicles.