Winona, MN – Hiawatha Broadband Communications, Inc., (HBC) announces its high-speed broadband services are now available in New Trier.
HBC officials state that residents and businesses can now begin connecting to the state-of-the-art fiber-optic network. HBC President and CEO, Dan Pecarina, said New Trier customers will be able to enjoy the full range of the company’s services.
“We are excited to be able to provide our new customers access to super-fast Internet with speeds up to one Gigabit as well as high-definition Video, and crystal-clear Phone service. The service will truly be something they have not experienced before,” he said.
All three HBC services: Internet, Video, and Phone are available to New Trier residents. Internet service features speeds up to one Gigabit. HBC Video offers up to 350 channels including nearly 130 HD channels and local programming produced by HBC Studios. Phone service options include Unlimited Local and Long Distance Calling and other home phone options. Customers will be able to keep their current phone number upon switching services.
Anyone interested in HBC services is encouraged to call (888) 474-9995 to speak with a Customer Care Representative.
New Trier customers are also eligible for HBC’s Cornerstone program. Any customer choosing 100 Mbps Internet service will have the option of upgrading to Gigabit speeds with no increase to their monthly bill.
Construction of the high-speed HBC broadband network is currently underway in Miesville and Cannon Falls. Services will be available in those communities this fall.
About us: Headquartered in Winona, MN, Hiawatha Broadband Communications, Inc. (HBC) delivers cutting-edge telecommunications services to communities in southeastern Minnesota. Founded in 1997, HBC builds and operates hybrid fiber and Fiber-To-The-Home networks as well as providing wireless broadband in rural areas. The company offers a video service selection of more than 350 channels (including approximately 130 in High-Definition), digital music, Pay-Per-View, and extensive local programming produced by HBC Studios. The company has over 125 local employees supporting, retail, wholesale, construction, business consulting, and Wizards Technical Support divisions in over 17 communities.