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Fayetteville, Arkansas — OzarksGo, a local fiber-optic telecommunication subsidiary of Ozarks Electric Cooperative, is proud to announce it has connected its 40,000th subscriber to its high-speed fiber optic network.

Gabriel Mallard and his family received an iPad and AirPods to use with the new internet service. This milestone marks a momentous occasion in the ongoing mission to provide top-tier connectivity to the communities of Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma.

OzarksGo’s dedication to customer satisfaction and its mission to go above and beyond in delivering unparalleled telecommunications solutions continues to set the standard for excellence in the industry. As OzarksGo looks ahead to the future, it remains committed to innovation, customer satisfaction and community engagement while staying focused on delivering exceptional service. OzarksGo has demonstrated this commitment over the past year by upgrading the entire network to provide for future needs of its customers. The upgrade includes XGS-PON technology that can deliver symmetrical speeds up to 10 gigabits per second, enhance network efficiency and improve reliability.

Steve Bandy, general manager of OzarksGo, expressed gratitude to the dedicated employees and valued customers across Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma in reaching this milestone.  

“The challenges of constructing a cutting-edge fiber network from the ground up, always emphasizing the significance of reliable high-speed internet access in the modern era, is always at the forefront,” Bandy said. “OzarksGo’s customers have access to internet speeds that are better than many urban areas across our country. We are honored to continue serving and connecting our communities with reliable internet services.”

OzarksGo provides residential internet speeds up to 2,500 Mbps, along with TV and telephone service to all members in the Ozarks Electric footprint. OzarksGo has expanded its fiber deployment to residential and commercial customers beyond the Ozarks Electric territory, ensuring many more in the Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma region will benefit from its services.

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