Salt Lake City, UT, September 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- SumoFiber announces that they now offer Internet speeds of up to one Gigabit per second (Gbps) – 100 times faster than the average broadband speeds. The new internet service will be available in Brigham City, Tremonton, Layton, Centerville, West Valley, Murray, Midvale, Lindon, Orem and Payson.
“SumoFiber is pleased to offer next generation broadband technology on the Utopia network delivering ultra-fast Internet speeds that will help drive economic and educational growth and provide the latest entertainment,” said David Burr, SumoFiber president. “With speeds up to 1 Gbps, we will provide Utopia consumers and businesses the freedom to simultaneously stream movies, enjoy multiplayer games, and download large multimedia files all at the same time without bandwidth constraint. The possibilities are endless.”
Using 1 Gbps, customers can download a high definition movie in seconds and stream it from multiple devices, gain instant access to cloud services and applications on demand, and subscribe to the latest information and entertainment services available.
Customers within the Utopia high speed fiber footprint will be able to subscribe to 1 Gbps service for $69.00 a month. In addition to the 1 Gbps offer, customers can subscribe to Internet speeds up to 100 Mbps for $35.00 a month. Utopia fees are not included, if applicable.
Headquartered in Salt Lake City, SumoFiber provides fiber Internet connectivity, digital phone service, web and email hosting, and cloud services to residents and businesses.
Detailed descriptions of SumoFiber's services are available online at www.sumofiber.com. SumoFiber can be reached by email at sales(at)sumofiber(dot)com or by phone at 801.320.1000.
The Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, more commonly known as UTOPIA, consists of a group of 16 Utah cities that joined together to form a state-of-the-art fiber-optic network and provide critical advanced communications infrastructure to their residents. The network offers fiber-to-the-premises technology allowing for faster services that are uninterrupted by copper wiring or shared connections with neighbors. Its open access model fosters competition among private sector service providers who offer Internet, television, telephone and other services, giving customers the freedom to choose their own service providers, the best prices and the best service.