ALLO starts construction in Papillion
PAPILLION, Neb. -- ALLO makes its way to Papillion.
ALLO Fiber said construction for ALLO's fiber-optic network in Papillion starts Monday, March 13.
Local contractors and ALLO have partnered together to build the fiber-optic network.
Officials said that teams will start constructing ALLO's fiber infrastructure throughout Papillion.
ALLO said that residents and businesses will get an advance notice of necessary work and easements through the mail. It was also noted that ALLO teams may knock on doors to explain the process and answer any questions.
This fiber investment ensure that Papillion will have ALLO's all-fiber network for businesses, residents, and government entities providing them internet, TV, and phones solutions.
Papillion can expect the following for the construction process:
- ALLO designs the fiber-optic route to provide service to businesses, homes, and government entities.
- ALLO partners with contractors to install underground ductwork.
- ALLO accesses each splice vault and pedestal to splice the fiber that will connect to your business or home and then tests the connection to ensure fast, symmetrical upload and download speeds.
- When you order internet, TV, and phone service, ALLO connects the fiber from the pedestal to your home or business before your service installation.
"We construct networks quickly and look to minimize the disruption to the community," said Dave Miller, ALLO regional general manager of Nebraska. "We are excited to begin our fiber network build in Papillion. This will allow us to offer internet speeds and network reliability that only fiber can provide for the city's high-growth future and provide all the benefits of a Gigabit Community to Papillion."