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Internet access via fiber network turned on in Sumas

Ziply Fiber work crew vehicle. Photo courtesy of Ziply Fiber

SUMAS, Wash. — Ziply Fiber announced today, June 27th, that it has enabled a high-speed fiber-optic network in Sumas. As a result, residents now have an option for accessing the internet at speeds historically available only in larger metropolitan areas.

According to today’s press release, 5-gig and 2-gig residential service is now available to over 480 addresses throughout the city.

With multi-gig services available, this launch not only makes Ziply Fiber the fastest internet provider in Sumas, but it also makes Sumas one of the fastest cities in the nation for household internet speeds, on par with if not faster than most major metropolitan areas.

Ziply Fiber press release (June 27, 2022)

Residents can also choose the company’s “Fiber 50/50” plan which provides fiber reliability at a lower price with no annual contract required.

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New and existing customers in Sumas who wish to check whether fiber services are now available at their address can do so at https://ziplyfiber.com/Sumas. Ziply’s existing DSL customers in Sumas can upgrade to fiber service by calling 1-866-699-4759.

Areas shaded in green are serviced by Ziply’s fiber network for internet access in Sumas (June 27, 2022). Source: Ziply Fiber

Other Whatcom County areas Ziply expects to bring fiber-optic network internet access to are Birch Bay, Blaine, Everson and Lynden according to the company website.

Ziply Fiber is headquartered in Kirkland.

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4 Comments

  1. Julie Farrow June 27, 2022

    Why not Ferndale?

  2. K. Harrison June 27, 2022

    My question exactly!

  3. Jake Z. June 27, 2022

    No Semiahmoo. Interesting. My confidence in Ziply (their regular phone service) has never been high. But I hope for everyone’s sake they can deliver with fiber and give Comcast some serious competition.

  4. Troy B June 28, 2022

    Ferndale is waiting to be built out and is due to start this year. I am an inspector for these builds and have been involved in the projects.

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