CONWAY, Ark. -- Conway Corp announced today the addition of a 1 Gigabit internet package to its offerings for residential customers beginning in December.
"Internet usage has grown and will continue to as cloud-based products and services become more prevalent," said CEO Richard Arnold. "Gigabit download speeds seem a luxury today, but may be tomorrow’s necessity."
Using a 32-channel cable modem, Conway Corp residential customers will be able to experience download speeds that were once only possible with a direct fiber connection. The 1 Gig package, with equivalent speeds up to 1,000 Mbps down and 50 Mbps up, will be priced at $94.95 per month.
Conway Corp has been an innovative leader in broadband offerings for more than 20 years. In 1995, the company began construction on a city-wide cable conversion to a fiber-coax hybrid, a project cost that was estimated at $5.6 million. Upon completion in 1997, Conway became the third company in the country and fifth in the world to offer high-speed, broadband cable Internet service.
"For several years, we have been on a strategic path toward gigabit service," said Chief Technology Officer Jason Hansen said. "With this initiative, Conway Corp is embracing its position as an internet technology leader."
For more information about internet service from Conway Corp, visit conwaycorp.com.