About NGN Internet
Your best chance of finding NGN service is in Georgia, their largest coverage area. You can also find NGN in and many others. It is a Fiber provider, which means they deliver service faster than most other types of service by using an optical fiber rather than a copper wire. To get fiber service at your home, your fiber internet company must install specific fiber internet boxes off of which you can connect your fiber modem and router.
In response to the challenges that Georgia customers have had with getting Internet service, the North Georgia Network Co-op was formed. The goal of this co-op is to provide affordable, reliable Internet service to the businesses, nonprofit agencies, and residents of northern Georgia. In doing so, they hope to solve the issue of rural broadband Internet access. Since this is a co-op, rather than a conventional Internet service provider, they can be selective about who they provide service to. If you are interested in getting Internet service for your home or business, you must fill out an application to be considered. Discounted services are offered to specific associations and businesses. Those who need service for a school, hospital, local government agency, or nonprofit agency often qualify for special prices and services through North Georgia Network. Schools that utilize North Georgia Network get speeds up to 10 Gbps. Healthcare networks are equipped with special security features. Government agencies that use this provider may qualify for long-term savings and higher connection speeds. Homes and businesses that fall outside these categories may get service through NGN using NGN Connect, Habersham EMC, and Blue Ridge Mountain EMC, depending on which part of the service area you live in. The co-op uses several types of technology to reach remote communities. This technology includes dense wave division multiplexing, dedicated servers and routers, and Allied Telesis iMAP. The first step is finding out whether or not you‰Ûªre in the North Georgia Network Co-op service area. They serve the majority of northern Georgia, as well as parts of North Carolina. From there, you can move through the process of applying for and getting high-speed Internet. Contact North Georgia Network Co-op to discuss the right options for your home, business, and agency.
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