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Gigabit Fiber Internet Coming To Wake Forest NC

Wake Forest will soon be called a “Ting Town”. Ting Internet, a division of Tucows, says Wake Forest NC is next on the list to get gigabit fiber internet.

Prices will start at $89 for residential homes with a low-cost option for businesses as well. They are taking pre-orders for only $9. This pre-order will help them see what area has the most significant demand.

Ting's Home Gigabit Service Includes

  • 1000 Mbps download speed
  • 1000 Mbps upload speed
  • Unlimited data

Ting already has set up their internet service in Holly Springs, and they are just now starting on Fuquay Varina. Their mission is to have fantastic customer service and lightning fast internet speed. Because each home and businesses will have it’s own fiber optic connection, it should be very reliable and did I mention, blazing fast.

How To Pre-Order Gigabit Fiber From Ting

  • Go to the Ting Pre-order Page for Wake Forest.
  • Enter your address.
  • Pay $9.00 – Don’t worry, they will refund you if they don’t come to our area. Also, the pre-order deposit will be credited back to you on your first monthly bill.
  • Next, your account will is where you can see your account info and $9 invoice.
  • That’s it – now we wait for a better internet experience!

Other Costs You Should Consider

There will be installation costs that should be under $200. Also, you will need their Ting Internet Box for $9/mo to rent or $200 to buy.

But who can complain about installation costs when you have GIGABIT INTERNET! Also, at $89, it’s a little more than the 100 Mbps that Time Warner Cable offers for about $70, but you’ll get 10X the speed.

Ting’s construction in Wake Forest in December of 2019 starting with some neighborhoods by sections. 

In Conclusion

So, when reading between the lines, if a bunch of people or businesses within a subdivision pre-order, we may have a good chance of getting set up in the early phase.

So, please help us spread the word about Wake Forest’s Gigabit Internet by sharing this article. Also, let me know what you think about your current internet provider in the comments below, and if you would switch to Ting?

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