Windstream, the Little Rock, Arkansas based ILEC, has a few select FTTH deployments, including Lexington, Kentucky. In a sign of the times, Windstream announced a new 24 Mbps (1.5 Mbps upstream) broadband tier for the Lexington FTTH deployment via Twitter. The new broadband tier is priced at $44.99/month, which is pretty aggressive price point, especially for a tier 2 ILEC. Looks like that green truck got a turbo installed. Karl Bode at BroadbandReports.com reports that Windstream’s competition in the Lexington market, Insight Communications, offers cable modem broadband tiers of 10Mbps/1Mbps for $45 and 20Mbps/1.5Mbps for $55. Things should get interesting in Lexington.
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