Verizon has introduced Verizon High Speed Internet service that claims to double the download speed of its current fastest digital subscriber line offering, in 21 Indiana cities.
According to Verizon the new Verizon High Speed Internet service offers its qualified customers a downstream connection speed of up to seven Mbps. Verizon now offers the new service in some 400 communities across the US.
In Indiana, the seven Mbps broadband service is available in parts of Albion, Angola, Butler, Clay City, Elkhart, Galveston, Goshen, Hamilton, Hanna, Hartford City, Lafayette, La Porte, Portage, Rolling Prairie, Walton, Wanatah, Waterloo, Westfield, Wheeler, Woodburn and Woodridge.
Trinidad Aguirre, senior vice president and general manager for the central region at Verizon, said: Our super- fast broadband provides all the speed you need for everything you do online – and at a reasonable cost. From digital music and streaming video to photo sharing and online gaming, to video conferencing and working from home – it’s faster, easier and more affordable with Verizon High Speed Internet.