Ruralwave and Kawartha Cable Internet merge

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Ruralwave, a recognized leader in rural broadband, according to a press release, today announced the merger of Ruralwave and Kawartha Cable Internet to better showcase their combined fibre-powered services including fibre, wireless, and cable TV under one name: Ruralwave.

“This rebranding was not just cosmetic. We are releasing new fibre powered products and it was time for Kawartha Cable Internet to become part of Ruralwave, ” said Dan Risebrough Barnes.

“What this means for existing subscribers is a simplification and a common presentation of services and products – you’ll start to see changes in all the ways we communicate with each other for a better Internet experience.”

The new slogan “Fibre Powered. Customer Driven” reinforces Ruralwave’s investment into rural broadband innovation. A new website, created by Victory Design, incorporates new modern symbols and colours that reflect today’s Cable, Wireless and Fibre Optic Internet solutions, says the press release.

The new site will make it easier for family and business customers alike to find what plan is right for them and get them connected to the right people. Ruralwave is rapidly expanding their networks to provide high-speed Internet to more rural communities.

ABOUT RURALWAVE
Ruralwave has been providing fast, reliable and affordable Internet connectivity to rural residents and businesses in Eastern Ontario since 2003. As an established internet provider and champion of broadband expansion in the Durham Region, Kawartha Lakes, Simcoe County and York Region, they provide high-speed connectivity using a variety of available technologies including Fibre to the Home, Fibre to the Curb, and Hybrid Fibre Cable. Together, they currently provide High-Speed Internet from 10Mb/s up to 1GB download speeds to Scugog Island, Caesarea, Manilla, Blackstock, Nestleton, Seagrave, Washburn Island, Little Britain and Oakwood. Ruralwave also provides Fixed Wireless coverage in Durham Region and the City of Kawartha Lakes.

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