July 18, 2023 – BUCKEYE, AZ – Wyyerd Fiber, a fiber-to-the-premise Internet Services Provider, has completed engineering in preparation for construction across the entire West Valley and initiated fiber network construction to the largest remaining areas of the West Valley, including broad coverage of the city of Buckeye.
“Buckeye’s residents and businesses have always demonstrated a strong appreciation for the option of all-fiber Internet, referring many of their own friends and family to us, which we consider to be the highest compliment,” said Wyyerd’s Arizona President and General Manager Travis Nance. “We look forward to offering our same Wyyerd service throughout Buckeye – plain and simple, the highest quality, all-fiber Internet with no installation fees, no surprise rate hikes, no data caps, and no nonsense.”
Wyyerd offers a full suite of services to residences, businesses, enterprises, carriers, and non-profit partners including government and education entities. With this new expansion in Buckeye and Goodyear, Wyyerd will offer tens of thousands of additional homes and businesses its Fiber Internet and phone services, as well as enhanced security and network controls applications.
“Wyyerd Fiber is a great business partner for the city of Buckeye,” said Buckeye Mayor Eric Orsborn. “They are providing fiber optic service in much needed areas of the city that will benefit both our residents and businesses.”
“We have been serving Buckeye for nearly two decades, beginning with the early days of construction of Sun City Festival and Festival Foothills, and today Buckeye has become one of the fastest growing cities in Arizona and the entire US,” said Wyyerd CEO John Scarano. “Mayor Osborn and the city have been tremendous partners to us over the years, and we are thrilled to continue to grow with them by bringing 100% Fiber Internet to residents and businesses throughout the city.”
Community leaders, business leaders, and residents are encouraged to inquire about service in their areas, by visiting wyyerd.com or calling (623) 455-4500. For more information, please contact Jennifer Rogers at 480-599-0104 or firstname.lastname@example.org