DayStarr Continues Building Fiber Network in Northwest Owosso
Fiber Now Available to 348 Additional Households
Posted by Durand Now at 9:27pm 10/1/18
DayStarr employees Eric (left) and Jared (right) discuss construction details next to one of the company's utility cabinets./Courtesy photo
DayStarr Communications recently finished with its work west of Chipman Street where it has been expanding its million-dollar-plus investment in fiber infrastructure in the city. There are 348 households who can now receive fiber internet service.
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DayStarr is now jumping across to the east side of north Chipman Street to build a new service area. Service will soon be available to about 300 homes from the intersection of Chipman and King streets, and going north to North Street and east to the river.
For those wondering if they qualify, the company has a service availability map on its website, daystarrfiber.net.
Available speeds start at 250M and can go up to more than 1G.
This allows customers to stream in seconds and can provide a better online gaming experience with speeds unequaled by any local competitor. It also means virtually uninterrupted Internet service for everyone, from casual web surfers and e-mail users to traditional and home-based businesses, according to DayStarr.
Cable television is provided over DayStarr’s own fiber network through a partnership with TVC, a division of Lennon Telephone Company. Bundles of phone, Internet and TV are available along with customer service from local people. Watch TV Everywhere is included at no charge with TV service and allows users to watch many TV channels on a computer or mobile device.
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Posted by Durand Now at 9:23am 9/23/18
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