April 8, 2015 (Blair, Neb.) – Great Plains Communications, the largest, privately owned telecommunications, last mile, and middle mile provider in the state of Nebraska is pleased to announce the completion of multiple fiber routes extending from Cheyenne, Wyoming to Denver, Colorado, crossing through the center of the state of Nebraska. These three redundant routes will provide Great Plains Communications customers and carriers access to various, truly diverse, low-latency options to connect from Wyoming, into Nebraska, Colorado, Minnesota and the Dakotas.
“Our Cheyenne to Denver routes are exceptional in that they satisfy a need in the marketplace for multiple, varied route options with true low-latency,” said Todd Foje, CEO of Great Plains Communications. “No other carrier is able to offer this kind of redundancy or diversity to these destinations. We are proud to be able to offer this kind of service to our customers, and to provide new economic opportunities to the communities along these unique routes.”
About Great Plains Communications
Great Plains Communications is the largest privately owned telecommunications provider in Nebraska. At the core of their service offering is an extensive, 5,000 mile regional fiber network with community access rings, last mile and middle mile solutions. The network reach extends beyond Nebraska into Colorado, Iowa Kansas, Minnesota, South Dakota and Wyoming, and is fully supported by a 24x7x365 Network Operations Center. The company is financially strong with a 105-year history of providing reliable and innovative solutions. Great Plains Communications prides itself on their progressive approach to accommodating the unique needs of all regional and national telecommunications carriers, LECs, ISPs, wireless carriers and other service providers utilizing superior custom engineering and custom build strategies.
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