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Ting Internet to bring gigabit fiber Internet to Wake Forest, NC

Building on Ting Internet’s success in Holly Springs and Fuquay-Varina, Ting expands its fiber footprint in North Carolina.

WAKE FOREST, N.C., Feb. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ting, a division of Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX, TSX: TC) is pleased to announce that Wake Forest will be the next town to get crazy fast fiber Internet from Ting. Residents can pre-order now.

With established markets and operations in nearby Holly Springs and Fuquay-Varina, Ting’s expansion into Wake Forest will benefit from its local brand strength and operational synergies. Once completed, it will also add approximately 10,000 serviceable addresses to Ting’s North Carolina footprint.

Ting Internet’s mission is to bring true gigabit fiber Internet with an unparalleled customer experience to cities and towns across America. Ting is building the infrastructure of the future: a gigabit fiber network extending to every customer. That means every home or business address connected to the Ting fiber network has its own fiber optic connection into the premises, enabling every user in a home or business to experience lightning fast, low latency, highly reliable Internet access.

“Increasingly, we see that cities and municipalities are looking for better Internet options for their residents and businesses because the incumbents aren’t stepping up,” said Tucows CEO Elliot Noss. “Fiber is the technology that will power smart cities for the next hundred years.”

In 2015, Ting announced it would bring fiber Internet to Holly Springs, NC, and in 2018 Ting named Fuquay-Varina as the next “Ting Town” in the greater Raleigh, NC area. The charming town of Wake Forest will be the third Ting Internet town in North Carolina, and the seventh in the country.

“Ting Internet is proud to be expanding into the Town of Wake Forest, which has so many of the qualities we look for in a Ting Town,” added Noss. “It’s a future-focused community with an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong focus on education and progress. It’s a place where community leaders value the importance of fiber infrastructure and all the benefits it will bring to their constituents.”

Indeed, Ting’s build in Wake Forest would not be possible without the leadership and enthusiasm of the Town.

“Wake Forest is a growing community comprised of highly-educated, globally-connected residents that rely on high-speed communication to meet their ever-changing needs,” said Wake Forest Mayor, Vivian Jones. “We are extremely excited to welcome Ting to Wake Forest and look forward to experiencing the crazy fast speed and reliability fiber optic service delivers.”

Ting expects to light its first customers in Wake Forest this summer.

Pre-orders are open for Wake Forest

Wake Forest residents can pre-order Ting crazy fast fiber Internet now at ting.com/wakeforest. A one-time $9 pre-order is returned as a credit on a customer’s first Ting bill. Pre-ordering secures the best possible break on start-up costs on Ting gigabit service, including the full cost of installation.

Construction will begin this winter and will run in neighborhood phases. These construction phases will be announced on the dedicated Wake Forest Ting Town page at ting.com/wakeforest. This page will be updated regularly as milestones are reached.

Ting Internet offers symmetrical gigabit fiber Internet for residential, small business, and enterprise customers. Home gigabit Internet costs $89 a month. Business gigabit Internet costs $139 a month. Enterprise Internet service levels, installations and pricing vary and can be discussed with the local Ting Enterprise team.

CEO Elliot Noss, VP Networks Adam Eisner, Director, Market Development and Government Affairs Monica Webb, and other members of the Ting team are always available to speak with local and national media. Well, not literally always but you’ll find they’re pretty available and approachable.

About Ting Internet

Ting Internet provides crazy fast fiber Internet in select US towns and cities. Ting is committed to net neutrality and the open Internet. More than that, Ting is committed to being a part of improving the communities it serves by supporting and championing local good works. Ting sponsors local programs, events, foundations, festivals, charities, and public services everywhere we go, investing in the future of the towns we serve.

About Tucows

Tucows is a provider of network access, domain names and other Internet services. Ting (ting.com) delivers mobile phone service and fixed Internet access with outstanding customer support. OpenSRS (opensrs.com) and Enom (enom.com) manage over 23 million domain names and millions of value-added services through a global reseller network of over 38,000 web hosts and ISPs. Hover (hover.com) makes it easy for individuals and small businesses to manage their domain names and email addresses. More information can be found on Tucows' corporate website (tucows.com).

Tucows, Ting, OpenSRS, Enom and Hover are registered trademarks of Tucows Inc. or its subsidiaries.

Tucows investor contact

Lawrence Chamberlain
416-519-4196
lawrence.chamberlain@loderockadvisors.com
Ting press contact

Ray Weiss
410-303-5019
rweiss@weisspr.com
ting.com/wakeforest

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