SEPTEMBER 20, 2021 — BROKEN ARROW, Okla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Kinetic announced plans today for a multi-year initiative to bring fiber internet to 90 percent of the homes and businesses in the Broken Arrow area. The fiber investment will power broadband, voice, productivity and entertainment services with unparalleled speed and reliability.
This investment gives residents and businesses in the area access to fast, reliable fiber to navigate the internet safely from home with no lag times while they work, school or stream entertainment services. Businesses ranging from small shops to large enterprises can take advantage of the fiber-backed network to deploy solutions that make their companies more efficient and profitable such as OfficeSuite UC® and SD-WAN.
“This exciting announcement from Kinetic could bring new opportunities for our citizens,” said Debra Wimpee, Broken Arrow mayor. “Especially now, more than ever, expanding access to high-speed internet is so important to make sure everyone has the connectivity they deserve in a thriving city like Broken Arrow.”
Engineering for the project is ongoing, and Kinetic is staffing up construction crews to begin the work later this year. Residents of Broken Arrow will see crews working on fiber roll out in their areas in the coming months. Additionally, in October, the company will open a retail space at 5301 South Elm.
“Kinetic is a proud partner to the city and residents of Broken Arrow, and we are dedicated to delivering fast broadband speed, at competitive rates with unmatched service,” said Jeff Small, president of Kinetic. “As this fiber is delivered, Broken Arrow more than ever will be able count on Kinetic for fast and reliable connections.”
Kinetic is embarking on a $2 billion, multi-year construction initiative to dramatically expand gigabit internet service deploying fiber across its 18-state footprint. The company is proud to name the Broken Arrow community as one of the first markets in Oklahoma for this premium investment.
To support the company’s multi-year, multi-billion dollar investment program, the company recently announced it will add nearly 1,000 jobs in a newly-created internal engineering and fiber construction organization.
To learn more, visit GoKinetic.com.