CAMDEN, ME – GoNetspeed announced that Camden will soon have access to its high-speed 100% fiber internet. Through GoNetspeed’s fully funded $1.5 million investment in Camden, 2,000 of the town’s homes and businesses will have access to future-proof fiber internet by the end of 2023 with construction beginning in the coming weeks.
“GoNetspeed has been set on a mission to deliver high-speed internet access to communities that don’t have quality access to internet and lack provider options,” said Richard Clark, GoNetspeed President and CEO. “We are pleased to soon bring 100% fiber internet to yet another Maine community. In the coming weeks, we will begin making rapid progress to equip Camden with an infrastructure that will support the community’s growth and economic development.”
GoNetspeed is continuing to ensure that more communities throughout Maine have access to high-speed, 100% fiber internet. Currently, Auburn, Bangor, Bath, Biddeford, Brewer, Brunswick, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland, Falmouth, Gorham, Gray, Kennebunk, Lewiston, New Gloucester, Old Orchard Beach, Old Town, Orono, Saco, Scarborough, Topsham, Waterville, Westbrook, Windham, Winslow, and Yarmouth have access to GoNetspeed’s service. Many other communities throughout the state are well on their way to having access to GoNetspeed’s fiber internet.
With access to 100% fiber internet, customers have access to symmetrical upload and download speeds, ranging from 300 Mbps to 1 Gbps (1,000 Mbps). Residents and businesses interested in GoNetspeed services may visit gonetspeed.com to indicate interest and receive updates as construction begins throughout the area.