ALLO Communications Triples Internet Speeds at No Additional Cost
ALLO Communications (www.allocommunications.com) announced all of its current residential customers’ 100 Mbps internet service has been increased to 300 Mbps. This applies to both download and upload speeds, effectively tripling internet speeds and bandwidth at no additional cost to customers.
Since 2003, ALLO has offered a competitive alternative to the legacy internet, video, and voice providers in Nebraska communities. ALLO has employed the latest technology and a modern, 100% fiber-to-the-home network to assure higher speed and bandwidth availability for customers across ALLO’s markets. The difference between fiber optic technology and legacy copper/wireline technology is highlighted by the readily available and ubiquitous bandwidth ALLO offers to its customers.
“ALLO’s all-fiber network gives us the flexibility to quickly meet increasing demand for better internet service,” said Tyler Pearson, director of product development at ALLO. “Families are using more devices and bandwidth at home for applications like streaming video, uploading pictures, and doing homework. ALLO is a customer service and customer experience driven company, so we are adjusting our internet products to meet the needs of our customers. We are offering more value, faster speeds, and more bandwidth.”
Pearson said, “As devices and applications change, consumers expect their internet provider to keep up with the growing need for more speed and bandwidth. As the only 100% fiber-to-the-home provider in our markets, we are best positioned to offer internet services that meet customers’ expectations now and in the future.”