A fiber internet provider has announced it will bring its services to Woodland, along with three other cities in Washington and one in Idaho.
Ziply Fiber, headquartered in Kirkland, plans to expand its ultra-high-speed, 100 percent fiber-optic network this year as part of the company’s multi-year $500 million investment to improve service in urban and rural settings throughout its four-state region.
Construction crews will build the fiber service in stages through several areas of Woodland. The company expects to connect its first sets of customers by the end of the year or in early 2022, according to a news release.
“These communities have never experienced anything like fiber before,” said Harold Zeitz, CEO of Ziply Fiber. “This expansion will greatly improve the business and at-home capabilities for those who work and live here. From online learning and telemedicine, to running a business and working from home, Ziply Fiber is working to provide fast, reliable service to communities where fiber and broadband infrastructure is needed most.”
Ziply Fiber has no data caps or annual contracts for its residential users.
Other Washington cities the company plans to expand its fiber services to include Burlington, Gold Bar and Sultan, along with Pinehurst, Idaho.
For more information, go online to ziplyfiber.com.