Panguitch and Loa will be seeing lots of digging and activity very soon. South Central Communications rews are currently beginning work to add Panguitch and Loa as the seventh and eighth communities to transition to SCC’s Fiber-to-the-Home technology since the project began in 2015.
Construction of SCC’s state-of-the-art fiber infrastructure has recently concluded in Tropic, Cannonville, and Apple Valley, Utah and those crews are transitioning to Panguitch and Loa through the month of April. For customers in Tropic/Cannonville and Apple Valley, final work will continue and technicians will be installing customers on the new fiber service for next couple of months.
SCC is invested in its communities. Keeping our local areas connected, and providing high-level service that delivers new opportunities for customers, is their top priority. Upgrading their network to one focused on enhanced fiber optic technology is crucial to maintaining this commitment. “The investment South Central has made to increase bandwidth throughout our communities is an indispensable asset that will benefit our customers 10, 20 even 50 years from now,” SCC CEO Michael East stated.
The Internet has changed the way most Americans work, communicate and live their lives. The key benefit of fiber optics is Gigabit Internet – download speeds that reach 1000 Mbps – that meets these modern needs. The capacity provided by fiber and Gigabit speeds ensures all customer devices will maximize their capability and provide faster speeds, even when they’re all connected at the same time. In addition, having a fiber-connected home could increase your home’s resale value by $5,000+.
Panguitch and Loa customers should begin seeing crews in their area in the coming days and weeks. If you have questions about the process or want to learn more about how the fiber build will positively impact your community, please call (888) 826-4211 or go online to www.socen.com.