News release provided by ImOn Communications, a CBAN provider member.
ImOn Communications, a leading provider of high-speed fiber Internet, TV, and phone services, is thrilled to announce the commencement of construction for Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Internet infrastructure in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota, conveniently located just five minutes from downtown Sioux City, Iowa.
This initiative aims to deliver cutting-edge, reliable, and lightning-fast Internet connectivity directly to the homes of Dakota Dunes residents. FiberComm, a proud member of the ImOn family, will spearhead the construction efforts to bring the next generation of Internet technology to the community.
Patrice Carroll, President and CEO of ImOn Communications, expressed excitement about this significant step forward in enhancing connectivity in the region, saying, "We are excited to bring the power of fiber-optic technology to the Siouxland area starting with the residents of Dakota Dunes. ImOn is committed to delivering top-notch, high-speed Internet services that will transform the way people live, work, and connect."
FiberComm, serving as the executing arm of ImOn Communications for the Dakota Dunes expansion project, is poised to lead the construction efforts. Al Aymar, Vice President and General Manager for ImOn’s Siouxland market, shared his enthusiasm about the project, stating, "We are dedicated to bringing the future of Internet connectivity to the Dakota Dunes community. With Fiber-to-the-Home, residents can expect unparalleled speed, reliability, and a seamless online experience for years to come."
ImOn Communications plans to complete the construction and roll out Fiber-to-the-Home Internet services to the Dakota Dunes community in the coming months. The company remains committed to providing exceptional customer service and fostering a connected community.
For more information, please visit: go.ImOn.net/DakotaDunes
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