The city of Loveland’s communications utility, called Pulse, has launched its fiber-optic high-speed internet and voice services for business.
Once network construction is complete and service is available in their areas, business customers can sign up with Pulse as an alternative to private offerings such as Comcast or CenturyLink.
“Internet and voice access can make or break a business in today’s economy, and we are here to ensure that Loveland businesses have the reliable service they need to thrive,” Brieana Reed-Harmel, manager of Loveland Pulse, said in a press release.
Pulse standard business internet plans include symmetrical speeds, unlimited data with no caps or throttling and no long-term contracts.
Internet plans range from 100 megabits per second for $109.95 a month up to one gigabit per second for $449.95 a month. For businesses with high-bandwidth needs, one to 10 gigabit-per-second internet options also are available.
Pulse also offers a range of digital voice services for businesses starting at $29.95 a month.
Pulse’s business service launch is another milestone for the project; residential service has begun to be available as the utility builds out its fiber network.
“Reliable internet access is a top priority for both local companies and for those looking to relocate here,” said Kelly Jones, economic development director for the city of Loveland. “Community-owned internet will allow us to bring more jobs to the city and help more Loveland businesses succeed.”
Pulse is 12 months into a four-year development project. As an area becomes fiber-enabled, businesses in that area will be notified. Companies that have signed up using the early-interest form will also receive email notifications when service is in their area.
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