Press Release

Englewood, CO — Through partnership with local communities across Central Illinois, Rise Broadband has announced the completed construction of a state-of-the-art fiber optic network to bring gigabit speed Internet to area homes and businesses. 

Rise Fiber delivers lightning-fast speeds up to 1 Gbps, ideal for streaming in 4K Ultra High Definition, real-time multiplayer online gaming, remote learning, work-from-home video conferencing, and more. 

Local communities have welcomed Rise Fiber services, and the company, with open arms. Rise Broadband recently became the first broadband internet option for residents in Maroa, IL, where the company helped to upgrade the youth baseball fields. Rise Broadband recognizes the unique needs of every community and is a proud sponsor of cultural events like the Corn Festival in Warrensburg, IL and the Christmas toy drive in Argenta, IL. 

“Rise Broadband is on a mission to better connect Americans. By working closely with leaders in these communities, we’ve been able to quickly deploy a fiber-to-the-home network. We’ve enabled customer installations throughout construction of the network to accelerate the delivery of these vital services to the community, and we can’t wait to see its impact,” said Jeff Kohler, Rise Broadband’s Co-Founder and Chief Development Officer. 

With this investment, nearly 5,000 residences and businesses throughout Illinois will enjoy the benefits of a high-speed connection. All Residential and Small Business plans come with unlimited data and no contract is required. 

Learn more about Rise Fiber’s residential/commercial Internet service by calling (844) 816-9150 (toll free) or visiting . 

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