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Gateway Fiber Announces Expansion to More Minneapolis Suburbs

Gateway Fiber Announces Expansion to More Minneapolis Suburbs

High-Speed Fiber Internet Coming to Plymouth, Shoreview, Lexington, Circle Pines, and Lino Lakes.

Gateway Fiber’s high-speed 100% fiber internet is branching out to even more of the Minneapolis metro area. New service starting in Plymouth, Shoreview, Lexington, Circle Pines, and Lino Lakes continues Gateway Fiber’s expansion of its fiber network in the area after announcing construction in Blaine, Coon Rapids, Champlin, Brooklyn Park, and Maple Grove in 2023 and early 2024.

Gateway’s expansion will help residents and businesses access a new 100% fiber-optic network, delivering reliable, multi-gig symmetrical internet speeds far superior to cable, 5G, or telephone-based internet. Expanding their services into these new areas also continues Gateway Fiber’s commitment to investing in Minnesota by creating local jobs and supporting the local area.

“Internet access has become a vital part of everyday life,” said Senator Michael Kreun of Lexington. “Many Minnesotans have seen the expansion of broadband service in their communities, and I’m happy that this fiber expansion will give Lexington residents additional options for reliable and affordable internet access. This is a great step forward.”

As a leading regional internet service provider, Gateway Fiber provides simple, flat-rate, month-to-month pricing with no fees, installation charges, or surprise rate hikes. Gateway Fiber also offers customers whole-home Wi-Fi and outstanding customer service, nearly 70 points higher than the industry average.

“Gateway Fiber has transformed how customers think about their internet provider,” said John Meyer, Chief Marketing Officer. “For example, when you call us, you get a real person who will listen to what you need and do what it takes to resolve the issue. We care deeply about our local communities because we live here, too.”

As construction begins in the area this spring, residents will receive door hangers informing them of the construction progress and how to reach Gateway Fiber with questions.

“Old technologies such as cable internet have dominated the landscape for too long,” said Chris Surdo, President of Gateway Fiber. “This new high-speed fiber internet service will revolutionize the way residents and businesses access the internet.”

Residents and businesses interested in Gateway Fiber services can visit ​​ to learn more, sign up, or receive construction updates.

To support this important expansion and solidify Gateway Fiber’s commitment to the local community, the company is opening an office and warehouse in Fridley this spring and hiring installation technicians, network constructions, sales staff, and other roles as the company expands into these three areas and beyond.

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