ROCHESTER, NY — GoNetspeed, a high-speed, fiber-optic internet provider, announced it will add New Brighton and Aliquippa, to its service footprint in Pittsburgh. In areas within these new communities where there is 10 percent interest from residences, the company has already begun customer installations.

“We continue to see interest being generated across Pittsburgh for our high-speed internet service and will continue to expand in those areas and beyond where demand is strongest,” said Larry Coleman, president of GoNetspeed.

Lifetime Price Pledge
In addition to its new markets, the company currently offers service in parts of Ambridge, Beaver Falls, Baden, Conway, Beaver, Monaca and Rochester, PA. GoNetspeed will provides “Lifetime Price Pledge” with no contract requirements, and no added taxes or other fees. That means for the entire time a resident is a customer and within its service territory, GoNetspeed will not raise their monthly internet price and never require a customer contract.

The company offers residential service plans starting at $50 for 100 Mbps, as well as 500 Mbps and 1 Gbps.