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High speed fiber internet in Eureka. What does that mean exactly? Well, it's a new residential broadband service that is offered by some cities in the US. It offers internet speeds up to 100Mbps or 1Gbps, depending on the your location. These cities are often called Gig city and they offer fiber optic internet connections in addition to cable TV and phone services.
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Ziplyfiber in Eureka offers unlimited local & long-distance calling with advanced call features & crystal-clear quality, which includes United States wide! You can also get free voicemail service with easy setup so you never miss any important calls.
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1. What is Ziply fiber standard pricing?
Fiber Plans: Fiber 50/50 - $40/month; Fiber 200/200 - $60/month; Fiber Gig - $80/month.
2. Is Ziply Fiber good for gaming?
Ziply 30, 100, and Gig plans are all fiber-to-the-home, so the latency should be the same regardless of plan. However, gamers should ideally get the 100 plan over 30, to avoid long wait times for game downloads or issues on cloud gaming platforms like Stadia.
3. Does fiber optic have WIFI?
Fiber Internet provides Internet access using fiber-optic cable rather than traditional copper cable or satellite signals. Fiber-optic lines consist of up to hundreds of small strands of glass or plastic cables, each about 1/10th the size of a single human hair.