Windstream Hldgs Rg (NASDAQ:WIN), which happens to be one of the top and trusted companies when it comes to the provision of the advanced network communications, has today moved forward to make the announcement in regards to its completion of the first stage of its cable upgrade plan in North Georgia.
The company’s insiders indicate that it has enabled more than 6,000 households in Blairsville (Union County) to gain access to about 100 megabits-per-second (Mbps) internet speeds and that is quite impressive.
In the previous year, the top end provider had gone ahead to promise that it would indeed see to it that more than 67,000 households get to benefit from the cable upgrade plan underway. According to one of the company’s officials, the provider expects that after completion of the project it will be able to upgrade eligible customers across 13 communities in North Georgia, including Hiawassee, Blairsville, Dawsonville, Young Harris, Homer, Helen, Commerce, Cornelia, Nicholson, Clarkesville, Cleveland, Hayesville and Dahlonega.
The president of operations for Windstream in Georgia, Jarrod (“J”) Berkshire, while addressing a press conference said, “We are working hard to give our customers in North Georgia an enhanced internet experience. Many of our employees, live work and raise their families in North Georgia, and they are working tirelessly to make faster speeds and more reliable service available to customers.
As a matter of fact, the company still has much ahead that it needs to accomplish, but is excited for the far it has come to this point in terms of implementing the upgrades. It is for sure that the achievement is a testament for the top provider’s diligence. The company remains committed to serving the community of North Georgia in the best way possible.
In a recent meeting, the company had taken some time to reflect over its past challenges and the way it faced them. Just like any other top company, it had explored a number of strategies that it had back then considered helpful towards moving forward. At the start most of those strategies had appeared like building castles in the sand. But what mattered of course was the far they had come and they hoped to do more to perform even better.