San Angelo, Texas

Thirty-five thousand homes and business in San Angelo, TX, are getting access to 10G-capable FTTH connectivity in a project that will be fully funded by Vexus Fiber. It will be the latest in several Texas markets that Vexus has announced.

Construction will begin this fall and some connectivity available before the end of the year. Businesses will have access to TeleCloud hosted voice solutions and TV packages tailored to all business types. Residential customers will get all-digital TV and phone service.

The entire build will be done in about two years. Existing Vexus investors Pamlico Capital and Oak Hill Capital have agreed to invest more funds for the San Angelo project.

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Information about construction in a neighborhood typically will be available about 30 days before construction begins. The company says it will hire local management, sales, technical and customer service personnel.

Vexus Fiber, formerly NTS Communications, is based in Lubbock, TX. It is an affiliate of Vast Broadband and operates in Louisiana in addition to Texas markets. Vast acquired the company in September 2019 and changed its name.

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“We are excited to expand our network into San Angelo,” Vexus CEO Jim Gleason said in a press release about the expansion of Vexus Fiber markets. “Gigabit speeds are becoming additionally important as more people work remotely or need access to education and other online applications. Vexus’ fiber network will provide homes and businesses with a new, competitive choice for internet and entertainment.”

This is the thirdVexus Fiber markets expansion announcement that the company has made this year involving Texas.

In May, the company said that it was expanding its footprint in Tyler. The project eventually will reach about 40,000 homes and businesses in the city.

In February, the company said it will connect 30,000 locations in Wichita Falls with an interim goal of reaching 19,000 of those locations by the end of the year. It will compete with Charter Spectrum and AT&T in the Texas city.

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