Grand Forks has Greater Access to Fiber Internet as Bluepeak Completes More Construction
Fiber Internet Provider Offers Multi-Gigabit Speeds to Residences and Businesses at Affordable Rates
(GRAND FORKS, N.D.) April 14, 2023 – Bluepeak has completed more construction to expand its fiber internet network to new areas of Grand Forks, N.D.
More than 5,800 homes and businesses in central Grand Forks – the section of town north of 32nd Avenue to Demers Avenue between Interstate 29 and South 20th Street – can now access Bluepeak’s fiber internet service. Those interested in signing up for fiber internet service – with packages from 1 to 5 gigabits-per-second (Gbps) for homes and 10 Gbps and beyond for business – can check service availability with their address on mybluepeak.com.
The completion of construction work in the area is a key benchmark on the path to Bluepeak’s goal of building fiber to nearly 27,000 homes and businesses with its $27 million investment in Grand Forks, announced in 2021. The fiber internet provider launched service in the community last September.
Thus far, Bluepeak’s service area in Grand Forks covers most of the central sections of the city, including much of the neighborhoods of Sertoma Park, Baron Boulevard, Ben Franklin, South 29th Street, Century, Red River, South 38th Street and more.
After wrapping up construction in central Grand Forks, Bluepeak will head north to the areas surrounding Calvary Cemetery, University Park and Valley Middle School. For more information and to sign up for the latest Bluepeak updates in Grand Forks, visit mybluepeak.com.
Bluepeak is building a faster, more reliable internet without the things that get in the way of great service — like red tape, hidden fees, and slow response times. Offering up to 5 gigabits of speed for residential customers and 10 gigabits and beyond for businesses, Bluepeak is a whole new ballgame — from internet to TV, to connecting every device in a home, to powering a business, Bluepeak not only provides the best fiber connections in the communities it serves, but also meets the growing needs for how its customers live.