Tachus to Bring 1 Gigabit Fiber Internet to Dallas – Ft. Value Market in 2022


FORESTS, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tachus Fiber Internet, one of the fastest growing fiber-to-the-home Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Texas, announced plans to bring its reliable 1 Gigabit fiber-optic Internet service to residential customers of Dallas-Fort Value Zone starting in 2022.

The expansion, part of a multi-year investment to create fiber-to-the-home internet service in Texas communities, is the first for Tachus outside of the Houston metro area.

“Tachus has spent the past three years building a state-of-the-art fiber network in Metro Houston to bring neighborhoods into the age of modern communications,” said General Manager Hal Brumfield. “Today, we are excited to announce plans to further expand our footprint in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, knowing Metroplex residents desperately want and need this technology.”

Tachus has differentiated itself in the fiber-to-the-home Internet market by staying true to its core values ​​of community, integrity and simplicity, focusing on providing fiber-to-the-home Internet access. blazing fast, fast and comprehensive local customer service with lifetime pricing, and no taxes, fees or data caps – no strings attached.

The Company’s fiber optic network expansion into the D-FW market will initially focus on well-established neighborhoods where customer choice is limited and reliable high-speed Internet service is lacking.

Chief Strategy Officer Carter Old said Tachus plans to begin construction in Denton, Collins, Rockwall, Tarrant, Dallas, Kaufman, Ellis, Grayson, Parker, Hood, Johnson and Hunt counties in 2022. The teams will lay the fiber in stages starting in 2022 and company representatives will visit residents and neighborhood associations in the project areas throughout the construction process.

“These communities represent the beginning of our presence in the D-FW area,” Old said. “The last two years of navigating the COVID pandemic have made it clear to everyone that reliable high-speed internet is critically important infrastructure in today’s digital world. So Tachus is proud to take this bold step and extend service to underserved areas of the Metroplex.

Tachus has raised over $190 million in debt and equity to continue to expand its multigenerational communications infrastructure network. With capital from its financial sponsor Crosstimbers Capital Group and a syndication of Texas banks, Tachus will more than double its footprint in 2022.

Tachus is proud to have been recognized by CNET in April 2022 as one of the best internet providers in Houston, and according to Ookla’s 2022 Q1 results, Tachus has the fastest average download speeds in Houston. The company also boasts a Net Promoter Score of 84, the highest of any ISP in the United States. Earlier this quarter, Brumfield and Old were named finalists for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2022 Central South Awards program, which is the world’s most prestigious awards program for entrepreneurs.

Residents of Denton, Collins, Rockwall, Tarrant, Dallas, Kaufman, Ellis, Grayson, Parker, Hood, Johnson, and Hunt counties who are interested in Tachus Fiber Internet should visit www.TachusLovesTexas.com to check availability or enter an address for service.

To learn more about Tachus Fiber Internet, please visit www.TachusLovesTexas.com or call (855) 941-2266.

About Tachus LLC

Based in The Woodlands, Texas, and founded in late 2018, Tachus LLC is a privately funded fiber broadband internet service provider. Tachus believes customers deserve fast, reliable internet that requires no explanation. In doing so, Tachus is revolutionizing the way residential customers receive their Internet, offering unlimited business data services at a flat rate for life, all paired with local customer service. With a network that has crossed more than 60,000 homes and served more than 19,000 customers, Tachus continues to rapidly expand its residential fiber optic network to other parts of Texas. Please visit www.tachus.com for more information.


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