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    Time for some broadband competition in Lancaster. Bring in Green Light

    https://www.greenlightnetworks.com/

    Since Golisano's Green Light Networks is looking to expand outside of Rochester and into the Buffalo area, it would be a good thing to get the town on board to help get the ball rolling.

    Let GreenLight know that you're interested. Fill out the availability form on their site. https://www.greenlightnetworks.com/check-availability/

    Send information to the town and let them know that Lancaster needs to be in on this.


    Why?
    If you're paying spectrum for broadband, it's most likely about $75 for sub par service. With GreenLight, you can pay $50 for a much higher rate of speed, 500/50. The competition will force Spectrum to lower rates and compete.

    How Greenlight Districts are Identified and Built
    Residents in neighborhood sign-up for service
    Once there is a concentrated number of signs-ups in a district, the Greenlight engineering team performs initial network engineering study to determine the complexity of the network design.
    Greenlight starts accepting pre-orders in a new district and notifies residents who have signed-up via email
    Greenlight works with neighborhood to reach 100% of order goal
    Once district reaches 100% of its order goal, permits are obtained, and the district is added to our construction schedule
    Construction of fiber-optic network begins
    In-home installation appointments are scheduled
    You now have Greenlight’s 100x faster internet!

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    For years I have been an associate for TimeWarner/Spectrum for business fiber/phone service. Not residential. Once they were taken over by Spectrum it hasn't been fun recommending the product anymore.

    The competition will be a good thing for the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaksplat View Post
    https://www.greenlightnetworks.com/

    Since Golisano's Green Light Networks is looking to expand outside of Rochester and into the Buffalo area, it would be a good thing to get the town on board to help get the ball rolling.

    Let GreenLight know that you're interested. Fill out the availability form on their site. https://www.greenlightnetworks.com/check-availability/

    Send information to the town and let them know that Lancaster needs to be in on this.


    Why?
    If you're paying spectrum for broadband, it's most likely about $75 for sub par service. With GreenLight, you can pay $50 for a much higher rate of speed, 500/50. The competition will force Spectrum to lower rates and compete.
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    Have a GREAT day,
    Georgia Schlager

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