Wiatel Building Fiber Network in Iowa Communities

  • Wiatel
LAWTON, IA — Wiatel, a telcom communications provider serving parts of Iowa, has launched a project to install fiber optic network components to every home, business and farm in the cooperative's service area. This fiber to the permises (FTTP) project will bring a state-of-the-art, 100 percent fiber network to the town and rural areas of Moville, Bronson, Smithland, Hornick, Oto, Rodney, Climbing Hill, Holly Springs, Castana and Turin. As a result of the project, every Wiatel customer will have access to amazingly fast Internet speeds, digital cable tv, telephone services as well as a variety of other new and exciting services and features that will dramatically change the way our customers connect to the world.

Project Completion Scheduled for 2018
Wiatel cautions residents that the project requires a significant amount of engineering, construction to bury the new fiber optic cable to every customer location, and work at the customer home or business. As this project begins and progresses, residents will likely see trucks and equipment as well as engineering and construction personnel around towns, in alleys, and around homes. Engineering and project planning are already underway. Construction is expected to begin the summer of 2016 with project completion scheduled for 2018.

Fiber Service for All Wiatel Customers
With fiber, world-class Internet access is no longer just for big cities. It will now be available to Wiatel customers, no matter where they live. More digital cable TV choices, access to cable TV programming from connected devices, and other features will give residents and businesses more choice, control and convenience than ever before.


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