Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH)

Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) is the future of internet and data communications. More than 10 million homes worldwide have fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband connections because of the many advantages over traditional wire technologies.

What does this mean to you? It means that the days of slow DSL, Cable and Dial-Up are numbered. These technologies can never provide the speed and dependability of fiber. Fiber has a virtually unlimited bandwidth and a long reach that makes it "future safe." It is a technology that will be in place for a long time to come. FTTH will be able to handle even the futuristic Internet uses some experts see coming. Technologies such as 3D holographic high definition television and games will someday be everyday items in households around the world. FTTH will be able to handle the estimated 30-gigabyte-per-second needs of such equipment. Current technologies can't come close.

It's Fast. Blazing Fast.

Tired of your slow DSL connection? Innova offers three fiber optic plans from 10 to 35 Mbps downstream with symmetrical upload rates. Ever wondered why it takes longer to send files than to receive them? The reason is because many providers offer slower rates for uploading than downloading. With Innova, not only can you download at lightning speeds, but you can upload at the same rates. Enough so to make lagging Skype calls and online gaming a thing of the past.

Reliable, Consistent Speed

If you pay for 10 Mbps, shouldn't you always have 10 Mbps? At Innova we sure think so. Some internet providers will sell you an internet connection that will only run at 70-80% of what you are actually paying for. If you purchase our FTTH Internet, we encourage you to run a speed test every so often to see if you are getting your money's worth. If your internet isn't consistently getting the speed you ordered, our first-class support team will make it right.

100% Fiber, All the Way

Some only claim to offer fiber optic internet. The truth is that the fiber does not run all the way to your home. This means that you are not truly getting the speed or reliablity of Innova's Fiber Optic Internet. Our FTTH goes all the way to your house—not the curb, not stopping midway through your yard, not the entrance to the neighborhood. To prove it, Innova is a proud member of the Fiber to the Home Council.

Cable & DSL Can't Compete

A key benefit of FTTH broadband is that it allows for far faster connection speeds and capacity than copper DSL or coaxial cable. For example, a single fiber line can carry more than 400,000 times more data than a single copper line. In fact, experts say FTTH is the only technology with enough bandwidth to handle projected consumer demands during the next decade reliably and cost effectively. Copper and cable just cannot compete.

Proposed Fiber-to-the-Home Plans
Upload 10 Mbps 20 Mbps 35 Mbps
Download 10 Mbps 20 Mbps 35 Mbps

When you sign up with Innova you also get free:

  • 10 Email Accounts
  • 10 MB of Email Storage
  • Email Virus Protection
  • Spam Filtering
Fill out our form to let us know where to go next in Oconee County! Help Us Out and Stay Informed is expanding its Fiber-to-the-Home offerings in Oconee County, SC. However, we need your help to gauge demand. By filling out the form below you help us to determine where we should start. The more people that sign up in your neighborhood, the quicker we will be coming to your area - so be sure to let your neighbors know! If you choose to enter your email, we will periodically keep you up to date on the Fiber Optic Project.

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