Rogue Broadband Now Available in Rural Southern OregonFriday, September 18, 2015
Rogue Broadband is a new high-speed Internet service for rural southern Oregonians and proud to be the title sponsor of the Southern Oregon Harvest Festival
Rogue Broadband will be publicly announcing the launch of the new service at the Southern Oregon Harvest Festival on September 18-20, 2015.
Rural homes and businesses that can only get internet via the now defunct ClearWire (Clear.com), Over Capacity CenturyLink DSL (centurylink.com) and High Latency and Capped Exede Satellite (exede.com) service now have a locally owned and operated option that is affordable, fast and great for streaming or playing games online.
Speeds up to 25 MB, with no monthly caps, will be available beginning in October.
Rogue Broadband is a high-speed internet service offered in partnership by Ashland Home Net and Project A, two trusted and respected companies owned and operated by Jim Teece and Dena Matthews, located in Ashland, Oregon.
"We have been offering reliable, high-speed rural internet in the Ashland area for a couple of years," said Jim Teece, President & CEO, "now we are excited to be able to roll this out to the rest of the valley."
People can find out more about the service at RogueBroadband.com
Free no-obligation site surveys are the first step to make sure your location can receive the service.
Jim Teece will be available for on-site interviews at the Southern Oregon Harvest Festival on Saturday from 3 to 8 PM and on Sunday Noon to 6 PM.