Sonic expands fibre broadband in San Francisco

Tuesday 5 December 2017 | 14:33 CET | News

Sonic announced plans to expand its fibre broadband services across San Francisco after initial high take-up of its offer. Sonic said that it is bringing its gigabit fibre service to Berkeley and Albany, and parts of Oakland, El Cerrito and Kensington, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. 

Sonic already has over 100,000 internet customers in California and started providing fibre broadband in San Francisco in early 2016. It has added service in San Francisco this year in the Mission, Noe Valley, Castro, Dolores Heights, Glen Park, Potrero Hill and Sunnyside neighborhoods. It also serves Brentwood and Sebastopol. The latest expansion is the company’s biggest of its kind, CEO Dane Jasper said.

Sonic competes against mainly AT&T and Comcast in the region. 

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