Fiber internet available for certain homes in Warren County

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WARREN COUNTY, Ky. (WBKO) -- Gigabit internet service will be soon be available to certain homes in Warren County.

NCTC has laid fiber optic lines in Drake's Ridge subdivision- one of the newest developments off 231. Fiber is a glass connection under the ground, creating really high speeds. NCTC says this type of internet capable of up to 1,000 megabits per second.

Drake's Ridge is one of the first neighborhoods with fiber internet in Warren County.

"Judge Buchanan and the county magistrates have had a vision for a while now for Warren County, for everyone in Warren County to get high speed internet and they're vision is something we're working into with this project, so we're very excited to be apart of the solution for warren county's future," says Nancy White, CEO/President of NCTC.

This summer, the company began building its advanced fiber network into Bowling Green, as part of KentuckyWired, the state's program focused on building fiber across Kentucky.

This is NCTC's first project in Warren County, but not the last as the company is bringing fiber all the way up to I-65 and several projects on either side of Highway 231 they will be implementing soon.

NCTC says this state of the art technology is certified as a Gig Capable Provider across the country.

NCTC initially started in Allen County. Currently headquartered in Tennessee, the company has been in business for 67 years with offices in Scottsville as well as the one coming to Bowling Green.

"We want to make sure our customers and future customers understand that we're going to take care of them. We treat our these customers like family," says Clint Carter, Director of Technology at NCTC.

To find out where NCTC serves, and for rates, click here.

Fiber internet is only available in areas where optic fiber lines have been already laid. It is easier when the lines are laid prior to building, hence, why fiber is scarce in certain areas.



 
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