ALLO Communications breaks ground for York location

ALLO Communications breaks ground for York location
May 9th, 2022 | Allo Communications

Lincoln, NE (May 9th, 2022) – Construction of ALLO’s 100% fiber-optic network in York will begin today.

After working closely with the city to complete the necessary agreements, ALLO has partnered with trusted contractors to begin building the fiber-optic infrastructure.

Throughout the various stages of construction, residents and businesses will receive advance notice by mail of necessary work in yards and easements. The ALLO team may also knock on your door to explain the process and answer any of your fiber questions.

ALLO’s fiber investment will establish a world-class connection in York. The all-fiber network will provide businesses, residents, and governmental entities with exceptional internet, TV, and phone solutions.

Expected construction process:
Step 1: ALLO designs the fiber-optic route to provide service to businesses and homes in York.
Step 2: ALLO partners with contractors to install underground ductwork.
Step 3: ALLO accesses each splice vault and pedestal to splice the fiber that will connect to your business or home and then tests the connection to ensure fast, symmetrical speeds.
Step 4: When you order internet, TV, and phone service, ALLO connects the fiber from the pedestal to your home or business before your service installation.

ALLO President, Brad Moline, expressed his enthusiasm for the start of construction in York, “ALLO is very excited to develop York as a gigabit city. ALLO’s fiber infrastructure will future-proof businesses and residents for years to come, and we look forward to seeing the impacts of providing next-generation technology to this community.” For more construction information, please visit AlloFiber.com/Construction.

About ALLO Communications
ALLO Communications provides world-class communications and entertainment services by creating gigabit communities. In 2003, ALLO began building its first-gigabit fiber markets and today provides ubiquitous fiber networks supported by over 900 team members. ALLO currently has operations in 27 cities, including 21 in Nebraska, 4 in Colorado, and 2 in Arizona. AlloFiber.com

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