One Provides Free Internet Speed Increase

September 8, 2020 | 1 Comment

“Nearly all residential FibreWire Internet customers received an upgrade to their Internet speed as of September 1, free of charge,” One Communications said.

A spokesperson said, “One Communications is thrilled to announce that as a direct result of further investments in their network, nearly all residential FibreWire Internet customers received an upgrade to their Internet speed as of September 1, free of charge. The speed increase was communicated to customers last week via email.

“The upgrade is in addition to the speed increase of more than 50%, provided to customers on July 1.

Brian Lonergan, Chief Commercial Officer at One Communications said, “We are focused on providing our customers with more value and faster speeds to keep up with the growing number of in-home connected devices. We look forward to announcing further enhancements and additions to our service offering in the near future.”

“To ensure that customers are getting the best experience possible, the company encourages the use of OneHome WiFi; a mesh WiFi technology powered by eero that guarantees WiFi coverage in and around the home.

“To learn more about One’s FibreWire Smart Internet plans and OneHome WiFi, visit the link.”

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  1. James says:

    They are doing this because they know people don’t use it or need it.
    Most people do a bit of browsing and stream TV. An HD TV stream needs 6.5 mb according to Apple and Netflix. You could have 10000 mb your TV would be no different.
    They only guarantee this speed from your house to their door. Once it leaves Bermuda it is out of their hands. If there is a bottleneck anywhere between you and the source of your programming that is the speed you will have. it is simply a marketing exercise. 10mb per stream is more than adequate. If they were really giving us a deal they would reduce the price. Gamers might benefit but not the average user.

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