EPB announced today that it is offering its new high-speed Internet, television and phone service to more than 17,000 homes in parts of Chattanooga, East Ridge and Red Bank.
The city-owned utility is launching its fiber-optic service today in Alton Park, St. Elmo, Highland Park and North Chattanooga. By next June, EPB plans to offer its fiber-optic services to more than 100,000 homes and businesses across most of Hamilton County.
EPB workers are contacting homes where the new service is available today with both mailings and door hangers announcing EPB’s “Fi-speed Internet, Fi Phone and Fi TV.” Within three years, the video, Internet and phone service should be available to all of EPB’s 160,000 electric customers.
“Because of this technology, customers will have access to a whole new experience,” said Katie Espeseth, vice president of EPB Fiber Optics.
For complete details, see tomorrow’s Times Free Press.