Did you hear the news?
FIBER INTERNET IS NOW AVAILABLE
IN KING AND QUEEN COUNTY!
Great news! RiverStreet Networks is in your neighborhood and ready to connect you to high-speed internet. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get the best connection on your street for streaming, surfing, gaming and more.
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Who is RiverStreet?
For over 65 years, Wilkes Communications and RiverStreet Networks has helped families stay connected with loved ones and the world around them. What started as a residential telephone cooperative based in Wilkes County North Carolina has expanded to become a leading provider of high-speed broadband internet focusing on serving rural unserved areas. The 2018 acquisitions of People’s Mutual Telephone Company (Gretna, VA) and Gamewood Technology Group (Danville, VA) was the start of our initial presence of RiverStreet Networks in Virginia. Our People’s Mutual networks service area includes Gretna, Hurt, Renan and our Sandy Level exchange in Pittsylvania County. Our Gamewood Technology Group coverage area consists of the City of Danville and parts of Pittsylvania County as well as other parts of rural Virginia. The combination of these companies and our most recent acquisition of SCS Broadband in 2021 will allow us to expand our relationship in Pittsylvania County and help us to achieve our mutual goal of providing more rural communities with broadband connectivity. Demand for high-speed broadband has never been greater and this partnership and landmark project will lift up and improve service in countless households in unserved areas. It will help to bridge the digital divide and keep rural communities competitive and vibrant through not only Pittsylvania County but throughout rural Virginia as well.
What is Fiber Internet?
A fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network, like the one we have built, carries up to 1000 times more information than traditional cable television and telephone networks and is far less susceptible to electromagnetic interference. “Fiber” refers to the transmission of information as light impulses along a strand of glass, smaller than a human hair.
What are the advantages of fiber?
- The fastest Internet speeds in your area – up to 1 Gigabit download speeds (that’s 1,000 Mbps!)
- Connect multiple devices to the Internet without sacrificing speed
- Stream movies and TV shows with no buffering interruptions
- Boost your online gaming advantage by reducing lag time
- Highest quality and most reliable connection
- Increased home value