ALLO Communications – Experience The Fiber Difference
ALLO provides internet, TV and phone services that move at the speed of light—so that its communities can move at the speed of business. 15 years ago, our company was founded to bring the most modern network possible to people across the Midwest. Since that time, we’ve grown to provide faster, friendlier service to Fort Morgan, Colorado and eight Nebraska communities: Alliance, Bridgeport, Gering, Hastings, Lincoln, North Platte, Ogallala, and Scottsbluff.
At its core, our growth is the result of two things: a better product and better service.
Our all-fiber network delivers speeds that fit your business’s needs, and that speed affects more than just the internet. We’re able to offer crystal-clear phone and TV service, as well. Underneath it all, however, it’s our people that make the true difference.
Throughout every customer experience, we employ a team of experts dedicated to bringing our customers the most courteous, efficient, and effective installation possible. When our customers have questions or find themselves in need of service, our local team of customer experience specialists is there to help. This pairing of superior products and services has helped our company grow, it is through that growth that ALLO has been able to help cities from Fort Morgan to Lincoln. By expanding the fiber network across the Midwest, we have improved the quality of life for thousands of people and contributed to the economic development of communities and their businesses.
Construction is nearly complete in Lincoln—our largest market to date. As construction progresses in other communities and we expand into new markets, we look forward to providing unmatched services for additional local businesses.
WHAT IS FIBER?
ALLO Installs an All-Fiber Network. The fiber optic core is made of glass which allows data to flow in its natural form, light. The beauty of nature is that when left alone, it can exceed our expectations and amaze us with its efficiency. Data flows much faster and farther by light without the pesky interruptions copper cabling receives from electrical interference.