Ozark Electric Announces Locations, Prices For First Phase Of Fiber Internet

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WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) — Ozark Electric revealed plans for the first phase of OzarksGo internet on Thursday (June 30).

The fiber-to-home network will be available to Ozark Electric members who are served by the Farmington, Fayetteville West, Eddie Walker and Tontitown substations, according to a company press release. The fiber services should start by the end of the year.

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Ozark Electric members who are part of phase one will receive subscription packets with information about the services, the release states. They can call 479-684-4900 to confirm their plans, or they can use an online form that should be activated soon.

Internet will also be available for non-members as soon as the online form is activated.

Prices for the internet services were also released, with two plans: Basic and Gigabit. The basic plan offers speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps)  with no data caps for $49.95 a month. The gigabit plan offers speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps with no data caps. That plan is $79.95 a month.

OzarksGo, which is a subsidiary of Ozarks Electric, will be expanding to eventually offer all-fiber gigabit internet, television and phone services throughout Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma.




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