High-Speed Internet Service to be Launched in Virginia

Declaration Networks Group (DNG) plans to launch residential high-speed Internet service on the Eastern Shore of Virginia in May of 2015.  Under its NeuBeam™ product line, the service will bring download speeds of 5 – 30 Mbps to the customers in this area.  Pricing will begin at $50/month.

The Eastern Shore of Virginia consists of two counties (Accomack and Northampton) on the Atlantic coast of the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. The 70-mile–long region is part of the Delmarva Peninsula and is separated from the rest of Virginia by the Chesapeake Bay. Its population was 45,553 as of 2010.

DNG’s efforts on the Eastern Shore are part of the company’s plans to bring connectivity to underserved areas.  FCC Chairman, Tom Wheeler, stated last September that, “Three-quarters of American homes [115M households] have no competitive choice for the essential infrastructure {broadband] for 21st century economics and democracy. Included in that is almost 20 percent who have no service at all!”  Broadband deployment in the United States – especially in rural areas – is failing to keep pace with today’s advanced, high-quality voice, data, graphics and video offerings, according to the 2015 Broadband Progress Report adopted in February by the Federal Communications Commission.

NeuBeam high-speed Internet uses state-of-the art wireless technology.  Customers can choose from multiple service options that best serve their Internet usage needs.  The NeuBeam product does not have any data usage caps and multiple household users can access the service simultaneously.

Customers may also add home voice service to their Internet offering as an upgrade, and NeuBeam service will also be available to small businesses in the near future.  The company has established sales and support resources within the local community.

For more info, contact: Barry Toser – barry@declarationnetworks.com, 703-850-7172.