FAYETTEVILLE – Fiber broadband provider Metronet is expanding its footprint in North Carolina, announcing plans for deployment in Hope Mills.

The Indiana-based company is currently growing its service area in nearby Fayetteville.

“As Metronet’s service becomes available throughout the Hope Mills area, residents will have access to multi-gigabit speeds up to 2 gigabits; and businesses may access speeds up to 10 gigabits,” the company said Wednesday. Customers located in Metronet’s initial construction areas may now sign up to have Metronet’s future-proof, symmetrical fiber optic internet installed by visiting metronet.com or calling 888-225-3864.

“Hope Mills now has the opportunity to tap into Metronet’s ultra-fast multi-gigabit 100 percent fiber optic internet, helping residents and businesses experience upgraded online quality of life that only symmetrical, fiber optic internet can offer,” said John Autry, Metronet Regional Sales Manager, Community Development.

For details, visit: construction.Metronetinc.com

Metronet recently discussed expansion plans and service in Rocky Mount, New Bern and Greenville.

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