Deltacom expands Ethernet Access service footprint

Deltacom is taking its Ethernet Access (E-Access) service suite to five new markets in Florida, Louisiana and South Carolina. Available in speed increments from as low as 2 Mbps all the way up to 1 Gbps, Deltacom is offering E-Access to its dedicated Internet (INET) service and MPLS service.

Previously available in 15 markets, Deltacom has expanded the service to 20 markets, including Jacksonville and Pensacola, Fla.; New Orleans, La., and Greenville and Charleston, S.C. An equipment-based Ethernet access option to provide service coverage is available in Deltacom's additional local markets.   

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