ALLO Fiber

Regional fiber provider ALLO Communications has announced a FTTP project that will bring symmetrical service as fast as 10 Gbps to the eastern Nebraska communities of Papillion, La Vista and Gretna.

The project will reach almost 45,000 residents. The offering also will include a Wi-Fi 6 router. Businesses will pay no installation fees and or have contracts. They will have access to the Internet, data transport, video, voice and phone services and redundant connectivity to cloud providers.

ALLO says that construction will begin “in the next few months” and rollout to customers will begin in the middle of next year.

“ALLO is actively creating Gigabit societies in the communities we serve,” ALLO President and founder Brad Moline said in a press release. “Connecting hospitals with their patients, schools with their students, businesses with not only their customers, but now also their work-from-home employees, further develops these already outstanding communities. Our stated goal was to make ALLO’s regions the most connected in the United States, and Papillion, La Vista, and Gretna are important steps in eastern Nebraska.”

The additional markets will bring the total served by ALLO in Nebraska to 24.

In November, 2021, ALLO said that it would provide 10 Gbps services to the Nebraska communities of Ashland, Milford, Seward, Sidney and York. At the time of the announcement, ALLO was completing fiber builds in Columbus, Fremont, Grand Island and Kearney.

Two years ago this week SDC Capital Partners LLC made a $197 million investment in the company. The investment would give SDC a 48% equity stake in the company.

ALLO has been building its network since fiber network since 2004 and provides connectivity to residential subscribers, businesses and governmental customers to more than 30 communities in Nebraska, Arizona  and Colorado.

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