Socket launches fiber expansion in Mexico
Socket is proud to announce the expansion of its fiber-optic broadband network throughout Mexico, which will bring internet speeds up to one gigabit per second to local residents.
The Columbia-based telecommunications provider expanded its fiber-optic network to Mexico businesses earlier this year, and now plans to offer the service to residential customers as well.
“We know many people in Mexico are eager for fast, reliable internet,” said George Pfenenger, Socket CEO and co-owner. “We’re excited to bring residents another choice in providers, and we believe our local service and support are a great fit.”
Socket will begin construction in two initial areas this summer, with an additional three areas to be constructed if a signup goal is met. The company is actively seeking more neighborhoods to add to that list. Those interested in the service can visit www.socket.net/fiberhood to sign up or request expansion to their area.
Founded in 1994, Socket is a Missouri-based telephone and internet service provider with the largest service area in the state. Socket is a privately held company that provides families and businesses a choice for local and long-distance phone and internet service. It combines the highest quality customer service with in-depth technical knowledge. Socket’s customers enjoy simple billing and quick, friendly service. For additional information, visit www.socket.net.
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