(Ft. Myers, FL) March 22, 2016 – Summit Broadband, a premier provider of high-speed internet, telephone, and television service to select communities in southwest and central Florida – as well as the second-largest bulk video provider in southwest Florida – is pleased to announce the reaching of an agreement to exclusively provide service to the country club community of Heritage Palms, located in Fort Myers. All 1,662 residents of this 800+ acre community will soon be able to take advantage of Summit Broadband’s uniquely-targeted and industry-leading approach to providing next-generation high-speed internet, telephone, and television service, whether at home, at the clubhouse, or anywhere else on the expansive community grounds.
“Summit Broadband is excited to be the new telecommunications service provider for Heritage Palms, one of the most exclusive golf and tennis communities in Lee County,” said Steven Kovacheff, Director of Sales for Summit Broadband, S.W. region. “We provide 1-Gig fiber-to-the-home internet service, which is essential for the southwest Florida lifestyle. As we expand our footprint we continually aim to satisfy the ever growing bandwidth needs for homeowners in our community.”
Summit Broadband is rated both the fastest and most-highly recommended service provider in Southwest Florida by BroadbandNow.com, an independent comparison and research website. Customers in southwest Florida who are interested in finding out more information about the new services available at Heritage Palms or other properties are encouraged to contact Summit Broadband at (239) 444-0049.
About Summit Broadband Summit Broadband offers phone, high-speed Internet, cable TV and data transport services to both commercial and residential customers throughout southwest Florida and central Florida. Headquartered in Orlando, Fla, the company also offers dark fiber transport to enterprise and carrier customers. Summit Broadband now supplies uncompressed high-definition television and the fastest Internet service available with speeds of 1,000 megabits per second (1 gigabit per second). For more information, visit http://www.summit-broadband.com.