POMPANO BEACH, Fla. -- OMGfast Hi-Speed Internet Service, an Internet provider that began service in South Florida last year, has introduced a lifetime price guarantee to any new customer who signs up by April 30, 2013. The guaranteed price is $29.95 per month for internet service speed of up to 50 mbps. Additionally, no contract is required and there is no installation fee. The offer is being promoted through a market-wide, multi-media advertising campaign that features former NFL superstar Joe Namath and his daughter, Jessica as spokespersons.
The offer and the campaign are being introduced in tandem with the launch of a new tower, making OMGfast accessible to an additional 23,000 serviceable homes in Fort Lauderdale. This is the company’s fifth tower. The new tower will bring the total number of serviceable households with access to the OMGfast service up to 90,000. OMGfast already serves residential and small business customers in Margate, Coral Springs, Tamarac and West Boca Raton. The company has also announced plans to launch new towers throughout 2013, expanding its reach into Miami-Dade County.
Darren Nichols, OMGfast’s Vice President, said, “The addition of a new tower allows us to extend our reach and service more homes in Broward. So, it is perfect timing that we are introducing the lifetime price guarantee to our new and existing service areas.” Nichols continued, “Our spokesman, Joe Namath, is famous for making an unbeatable guarantee about football. We think this latest guarantee is unbeatable too. OMGfast customers are assured that their service fee of $29.95 will never go up for that level of speed.”
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