unWired Broadband Breaks Ground on NextGen Fiber Internet in Coalinga, CA

COALINGA, CA (April 3, 2024) – unWired Broadband, a leading high-speed Internet provider in California, officially broke ground today on its NextGen Fiber network in Coalinga, CA. This $11 million project will deliver Internet speeds of up to 1 Gbps and beyond to the entire City of Coalinga, totaling over 4,874 addresses. Construction will be completed in late October, with service becoming available in initial neighborhoods in May.

The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by executives from unWired, their contractor partners at Telcon, local officials from the City of Coalinga and numerous members of the public. Remarks were made by unWired CEO Peter Sorensen, unWired Director of Outside Plant (Fiber Division) Jerry Stevens, unWired Special Project Manager Mark Peterson, and Coalinga Mayor James Horn.

“I extend my sincere appreciation to unWired for selecting our city as their partner in progress,” said Mayor James Horn in his remarks. “Your unwavering commitment to quality and service will undoubtedly benefit all that utilize your services. We’re thrilled to embark on this journey, with unWired paving the way for a brighter, faster and more connected future for our city.”

unWired will be utilizing their NextGen Fiber technology to provide symmetrical speeds, unlimited data, and unmatched reliability. Businesses, along with multi-family dwellings, can work with the NextGen Fiber enterprise team to design a custom plan that fits their specific needs. To find out more about unWired’s NextGen Fiber Internet, you can visit getnextgenfiber.com.

About unWired Broadband
unWired Broadband is the leading Internet provider for rural and underserved areas in Central and Northern California. Their network includes over 200 towers connecting communities that have been ignored by cable and fiber Internet providers. Since their inception in 2003, they have expanded their connectivity suite to also include redundancy solutions, a data center and most recently, fiber Internet.