Oct 26, 2009 8:57 AM by sleonard
LAFAYETTE, La. - "LUS Fiber is now providing Internet service to business customers," Terry Huval, Director of Lafayette Utilities System, announced today at a press conference held at the Lafayette Conventions & Visitors Center (LCVC). LCVC was the first business in Lafayette to receive service over the newly constructed Fiber-To-The-Home and Business network.
LUS Fiber will offer businesses in the city of Lafayette download and upload speeds of 10 Mbps for $64.95, 50 Mbps for $119.95 and 100 Mbps for $199.95. The Internet service will also include email addresses, ZoneAlarm security suite, access to the 100 Mbps Peer-to-Peer Intranet and more. Customers are also able to purchase static IP addresses.
"We understand that being connected is vital in today's economy. We are able to offer businesses connectivity over the world's leading technology at very affordable rates," states Huval. "We are launching this service at a time when everyone is looking for the best service at the best price and we've got it."
Just like residential services, LUS Fiber will roll out business services to areas in the city where the network has been fully constructed. To find out if your business is in a serviceable area, visit LUSFIBER.com and click on the Service Finder. Businesses interested in receiving service should call 99-FIBER (993-4237) or visit LUSFIBER.com for more information.
About LUS Fiber:
LUS Fiber, a division of Lafayette Utilities System, is constructing the city's only 100% fiber optic network. Upon completion, the system will be composed of more than 83,000 miles of glass fiber in the city alone. LUS Fiber began serving customers TV, Internet and phone services over this powerful communications infrastructure in February 2009 and will continue to build the network so that every home, business and school in the city has the option to get connected.