TekSavvy announced on Thursday it has completed its fibre-to-the-home internet service (up to 1 Gbps download) in the municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario.
Fibre internet is now available in Riverview Line and Grande River Line between Bear Line Road in the east and Jacob Road in the west, for 300 homes and businesses on the Around-the-River Trail loop.
“TekSavvy is grateful to the municipality of Chatham-Kent for its leadership and partnership on the Around-the-River Trail project,” says Charlie Burns, Chief Technology Officer at TekSavvy, in an issued statement. “This project provided an ideal opportunity to install fibre infrastructure for more residents and is a great example of what can be achieved working closely with the municipal leadership here in Chatham-Kent.”
For those subscribing to TekSavvy’s Fibre 1000 Unlimited package, a current promo offers a $20 bill credit for the first 12 months.
“The need and demand for a high-speed fibre-optic service has never been greater,” added Chatham-Kent Mayor Darrin Canniff. “The opportunity to partner with an industry leader such as TekSavvy makes it even better.”
Earlier this week, TekSavvy expanded fibre internet to Mitchell’s Bay, Grande Pointe and Pain Court in the Chatham-Kent as well.