LUSK, WY – The residents of Lusk, Wyoming can now have access to state-of-the-art internet technology with the arrival of Visionary Broadband fiber-optic service. This advanced form of internet connectivity offers faster speeds, more reliability, and greater capacity than traditional options like cable or DSL.
Visionary Broadband’s Zone 1 fiber is now available for pre-order in Lusk. Zone 1 includes homes and businesses on Main Street, West of Main Street, and South of the Railroad tracks. Visionary fiber offers customers gig/gig fiber internet without residential contracts or data caps, as well as phone service through Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Visionary’s additional 3 fiber zones are not far behind with an estimated completion timeline of February and March.
Lusk Mayor Doug Lytle states “I’m pleased with the progress so far and am looking forward to the progress that will be made the rest of the month.”
Visionary Fiber will be the fastest internet available in the area by a wide margin, increasing local speed options from 50-200Mbps to 1000Mbps, also called a ‘Gig’. Fiber-optic technology enables seamless streaming, gaming, and remote working without interruptions or buffering, making it an ideal choice for both individuals and businesses. It also offers a future-proof solution, able to handle the growing demand for data and increasing number of connected devices.
The company behind this visionary technology is working closely with local leaders to ensure that the rollout benefits the entire community. They are also offering competitive pricing and plans to attract more customers to the new service. In addition, high paying fiber installer jobs will be available throughout the community for both residential and business internet services.
This is a major step forward for Lusk as it brings more options for residents and businesses to connect with the digital world, opens new opportunities for innovation and progress, and helps bridge the digital divide. Get ready to experience the future of internet connectivity with visionary fiber-optic technology.
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