NORTH LIBERTY– South Slope Cooperative Communications has launched new business Rocket Internet plans with speeds of up to 225 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up.
“To address the growing demand for bandwidth and to thank our customers for choosing South Slope, we are upgrading current qualifying business customers to higher speeds at no additional cost,” said Justyn M. Miller, South Slope CEO. “We are also launching two entirely new plans with speeds of 115 Mbps down and 225 Mbps down.”
The North Liberty-based company has six new business plans ranging from 5 Mbps down to 225 Mbps down. South Slope is in the process of a five year fiber build in North Liberty, Swisher, Fairfax, Walford, Norway, Newhall and Ely. The fiber network will allow customers to use bandwidth intense applications such as movie and music downloads, high definition and real time video conferencing, and online data backup.
“Our new Rocket Internet plans address the diverse bandwidth requirements of businesses in the Corridor. We are committed to the communities, businesses, and residents in our exchanges and will continue to prove ourselves as a leader in the broadband initiative,” said Miller.
In addition to South Slope’s new Rocket Internet, the company has also added two full time business sales representatives. Julie Kunkel and Frank Mason joined the South Slope team to serve as a dedicated point of contact and to manage the ongoing needs of the company’s business customers.