Optimum to Extend Fiber Services to Three Texas Towns

Construction underway to bring Optimum Fiber services to residents and businesses in Brownfield, Hereford, and Seminole. 

  • Altice USA

TEXAS--Optimum is extending its services to Brownfield, Hereford, and Seminole, Texas, with construction of its fiber Internet Network already underway in the three areas.

In total, the company expects to reach 15,900 homes and businesses across the three cities, including 4,000 passings in Brownfield, 5,400 passings in Seminole and 6,500 passings in Hereford, with initial services becoming available in early 2023 and the builds to be complete later that year.

Optimum’s fiber Internet Network provides a superior connectivity experience, including gigabit symmetrical speeds, increased bandwidth for more devices, Smart WiFi for whole home coverage, and unlimited data with 99.9% network reliability. In addition to internet, residents will have access to Optimum TV, mobile, and home phone service.

“Optimum is excited to break ground on the construction of our 100% Fiber Internet Network in Brownfield, Hereford, and Seminole, taking us one step closer to delivering ultra-fast, reliable fiber connections to these communities,” said Pragash Pillai, EVP, Chief Technology and Information Officer & Customer Experience for Optimum. “Fiber is the future of internet connectivity, and we look forward to lighting up our Optimum Fiber Internet Network and bringing residents and businesses a full-fiber connectivity experience.”

Construction has been underway for several weeks and will expand across the cities in phases. Throughout the fiber build process, residents will see more trucks and technicians in their areas as fiber is being deployed.

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