Cameron Communications Takes Fiber to the Home Another Step Closer

Local Southwestern Gulf Telco completes phase 2 of uprecendented fiber to the home expansion outside of its traditional service area, enabling new subscribers to utilize the latest in communications technology.

(PRWEB) September 14, 2005 -- Cameron Communications began construction on the second phase of their FTTH (Fiber to the Home) project, expanding its offering to an additional 1000 Grand Lake residents. With an aggressive construction timeline, new services will be available to the first 200 by mid September.

The new service offerings from Cameron Communications will eliminate the need to sign up with multiple companies for traditional offerings like telephone and cable television services. Instead, Cameron Communications will offer Grand Lake residents digital telephone, high speed internet, and television services with only one bill from one local service provider. Grand Lake residents can sign up for these new services during the construction phase and as a special promotion, Cameron Communications is offering free installation with no equipment purchase required.

Houses and business located beginning at 1670 Hwy 384 to Broussard Road will be among the first in Cameron Communications new construction area to receive this new service. It will also include the side streets between LaBove and LeBoeuf Roads. The areas south of 10286 Gulf Highway to Boones Corner and west to Donna Road will also be included in Phase II. The second half of the construction project will then turn north from 10286 Gulf Highway to the Gulf Stream Manor Mobile Home Park. It will include all side streets east and west of the Gulf Highway. Greathouse Road will serve as the eastern border with the Intracoastal canal as the western boundary.

According to Cameron Communications General Manager George Mack, “The fiber optic lines Cameron Communications deployed last year in our first phase of providing alternative service to the residents of Grand Lake has already been met with a very high level of success. Having a fiber optic infrastructure has been a huge boost to the area economy, and this network will continue to give the community a significant advantage in stimulating economic development.”

Cameron Communications’ fiber optic network provides the newest in communications technology, providing subscribers with digital television including more than 150 channels, broadband internet connections with speeds up to 3.0 Mbps, as well as enhanced voice services with local calling to Lake Charles and all of Cameron Parish.

Best of all, your existing local phone numbers are completely transferable. To order any of Cameron Communications’ PowerHouse services, Grand Lake residents should call 905-2111or for more information; visit us on the web at www.camtel.com.

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