Washington, D.C. Internet Service Provider RCN Increases Speeds for Falls Church Internet Customers
RCN improves the online experience for customers in the Falls Church and metro D.C. area by upgrading its base broadband Internet speeds to 40 Mbps.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) September 29, 2011 -- Washington, D.C. Internet service, cable and landline company RCN recently increased Internet speeds for all Falls Church Internet and cable customers. The new 40Mbps base download speed represents a significant savings over current offerings from other providers of high-speed Internet in D.C.
Computer owners are often quick to report that devices are too slow when, in actuality, poor performance may be linked simply to slow Internet speed. With the average U.S. household running up to five devices—computers, smart phones and tablet PCs—all at once, fast and reliable broadband Internet service is imperative for maximum results. Washington D.C. Internet provider RCN understands this technology issue and has upgraded all Falls Church Internet customers to a 40Mbps base speed.
Internet and cable is second to none in Falls Church neighborhoods now both because of this lightning-fast speed and the economical aspect. Other providers of Internet in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, including Falls Church, charge more than double for the same speed. And speed is just the beginning. RCN’s introduction of DOCSIS 3.0 (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specifications) means that current and future Falls Church Internet customers will experience superb quality and reliability for an even greater online experience.
According to Jamie Hill, Vice President and General Manager of RCN, “...We recognize the proliferation of the Internet as a part of families’ everyday lives. [...] Therefore the decision to offer this speed enhancement and provide it at an affordable price was simple.” This understanding of customers’ needs means that Falls Church Internet and cable residential customers get more for their money with a base download speed of 40Mbps, and they can upgrade further, if necessary, to 60Mbps. Though lower in price, RCN’s Falls Church Internet packages are still robust, offering many extras and features. Faster speeds are simply upgrades included in existing packages. Customers still enjoy online exclusives like ABC News Now, ESPN3 and Disney Connection, as well as a webmail package, which includes multiple email addresses and 2GB of storage.
RCN strives not simply to give broadband customers what they want but rather to exceed their expectations in metro Washington, D.C. Internet service from RCN is not only fast, it’s always reliable and secure because of the company’s fiber-optic network. Rain or shine, the connection is uninterrupted—extremely important given the fact that many customers complete work from home. Regardless of the number of devices running, broadband Internet from RCN is always superior.
The recent broadband Internet speed upgrade defines RCN’s place as a technologically-driven, customer service-oriented telecommunications provider. In Falls Church and all across metro Washington, D.C., cable TV home entertainment packages from RCN are some of the best, with hundreds of all-digital channels, up to 80 free HD channels and thousands of On Demand shows. Customers may also choose from and add a substantial number of premium channels and sports packages. The Falls Church Internet and cable provider also offers affordable landline telephone packages that include voicemail, calling features and unlimited nationwide calling.
To learn more about Internet in Washington, D.C., and specifically about options for Internet and cable in Falls Church, visit http://www.rcn.com/dc-metro/high-speed-internet
About RCN RCN Telecom Services, LLC is a competitive broadband services provider delivering all-digital and high definition video, high-speed Internet and premium phone services to residential and small-medium business customers under the brand names of RCN and RCN Business Services, respectively. RCN’s primary service areas include Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley (PA), New York City, Boston and Chicago. For more information about RCN, please visit http://www.rcn.com.