We receive many quality questions as people learn about Phynx Fiber and our gigabit fiber Internet service, which is why we want to be transparent and address your most frequently asked questions up-front, so there’s no confusion!
We have fiber service available to many homes already. You can check the status of your fiberhood by viewing our service areas and selecting your town.
This is up to you and your neighbors! We split each of our service areas into segments called “fiberhoods.” Each fiberhood will be constructed once the minimum number of subscribers sign-up for service. In other words: we don’t pick the next area to get fiber – you do!
No, our network is 100% brand new and state-of-the-art, which means we’ll be installing fiber cable all the way up to every house and business who signs-up for service.
Installation is free!
Our Internet service has zero taxes or fees attached. For example, our 100 Mbps service costs $65/month – which is the same price you’ll see on your bill.
You will not be billed until after your service is installed and turned on.
You won’t need any extra equipment. We provide a Wi-Fi router with your installation. (So if you exerperience any issues, we’ll be the ones to take care of it!)
Nothing, it’s included in our service!
That’s great, too! When we install service you can have us put our equipment in “bridge mode” so you may use your own setup if you’d prefer. And if you ever change your mind (either way) you can contact us and we can make the switch.
Not presently, but we do offer these options if you want to keep your TV subscription while still upgrading your Internet to Phynx Fiber! This also means your current TV subscription will work with our Internet.
Yes, we offer a landline which supports both 800 numbers, traditional fax machines as well as fax-to-email services.
Phone service is $15/month for unlimited local and long distance. There are taxes assessed on the phone service. They vary but usually end up being round $3. So for phone service you can expect to pay around $18 all together.
Our goal is to provide service to as many people as our resources allow. Before we make the decision to grow outside of the city limits we must evaluate the rural community’s ability to support fiber Internet.