Consolidated Communications: Fidium Fiber, a New Gigabit Fiber Internet Service from Consolidated Communications, Coming Soon to Pennsylvania

Customers at 17,500 Gibsonia, Cranberry Township, Mars, Saxonburg, Valencia and Wexford Homes will be delighted with simple pricing with no contracts or bundles

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – April 21, 2022 – As internet service providers race to give customers access to the fastest speeds available, Fidium fiber, a new service from Consolidated Communications (NASDAQ: CNSL), is offered for the first time in Pennsylvania. Fidium will significantly increase upload and download speeds in the Gibsonia, Cranberry Township, Mars, Saxonburg, Valencia and Wexford areas.

Residents can pre-order now to be the first to know when Fidium lights up more than 13,000 homes next month. By the end of the year, nearly 17,500 households in the sector should have access to Fidium. At a time when less than half of Pennsylvanians have fiber optic internet access [1]the arrival of Fidium should significantly improve Internet performance for residents.

“Fidium is the future of Consolidated’s consumer fiber Internet service, and we’re proud to offer it at a competitive price to our customers in Pennsylvania,” said Erik Garr, President of Consumer and Small Business for Consolidated. Communications. “Fidium’s redesigned customer experience includes more choice, control and customization, but most importantly, Fidium delivers the lightning-fast speeds customers need to work and learn from home.”

Fidium was created to give customers exactly what they want, like simple plans and pricing with super-fast speeds, and nothing they don’t have, like shared bandwidth, data caps, contracts, hidden fees and required packages. High-speed symmetric fiber internet is available for $70 per month, including installation and whole-home Wi-Fi, and Fidium customers will get the best experience with the whole-home management app. home Attune WiFi. A range of other high-speed fiber plans are available to meet customer needs starting at $35 per month.

Each Fidium Fiber Internet plan offers:

  • Simple and affordable pricing ($70 per month for Gig service) that includes WiFi equipment and installation, with no required plans, no data caps and no contracts;

  • A smart whole-home mesh Wi-Fi experience that starts with a best-in-class Wi-Fi 6 gateway and up to two extenders;

  • The Attune WiFi app, which offers new insights, more customization, more control, and an unprecedented level of communication from your network and smart home devices;

  • Easy, hassle-free installation on your schedule with text updates and two-hour appointment windows;

  • Intuitive customer portal with self-service options;

  • Proactive real-time network monitoring to resolve issues remotely before customers even know they are happening; and

  • Premium technical support provided by experienced and compassionate team members.

“In addition to the enhanced customer experience and better internet connection offered by Fidium, we are unequivocally proud of the service’s simple pricing and friendly, flexible service,” added Garr.

Consolidated today announced that the service is now also offered in California, Illinois, Minnesota and Texas. In 2022, Consolidated will build more than 400,000 fiber connections to homes in eight states, adding to the 330,000 new fiber connections the company built in 2021.

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About Fidium Fiber
Fidium fiber is a customer-centric fiber optic broadband service, delivering symmetric multi-gig speeds and exceptional service. Fidium is available in California, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Texas and Vermont with new locations available daily. Fidium is a brand of Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc.. (NASDAQ: CNSL). Consolidated is a leading broadband and business communications provider serving consumers, businesses, and wireless and wireline carriers in a service area of ​​more than 20 states. Learn more about


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