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Cruzio unveils unprecedented internet service to new residents & businesses at 2030 N Pacific


On September 4, Cruzio Internet announced the addition of 2030 N Pacific Avenue to their locally-owned and operated, fiber-backed broadband network. This addition is a part of Cruzio’s Building Certification Program, designed to provide building owners and tenants access to the fastest broadband services available.

Businesses and residents are thrilled that such high-speed Internet connectivity is now available at a relatively low cost. For $99/month, residents can now get Internet speeds of 100 Mbps, over 5 times the speeds previously available.

A wide range of companies utilize online tools that require high upload and download speeds, resulting in a high demand for better technologic infrastructure.

 A new tenant in the recently connected University Town Center (UTC) building, Toby Corey, CEO from Tuul Inc., says they are, “very happy with [their] service, fast response time, and professional Cruzio technicians.”

The company is constantly expanding its broadband network and this new addition is one of many to come. Hundreds of local businesses and residents are already taking advantage of Cruzio’s fiber network infrastructure investment. In March of 2014, the company connected 1200 Pacific Avenue, the UTC, and the Rittenhouse buildings.

Cruzio offers free site evaluations to see if your location is eligible for service. To learn more about connecting your home, office or building to Cruzio broadband, email or visit



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