Ponca City Broadband
Ponca City Broadband is open for business!
Customers in the Phase 1 area of town (map of Phase 1 can be found lower on this website) can come into Utility Billing
(located at City Hall, 516 E. Grand Ave.) any weekday between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM to sign up. Ponca City Broadband does not require a contract, just the same utility services agreement used for Electric and Water. Once the agreement is signed and the $200.00 activation fee is paid (either in full, or at $10.00 per month), Ponca City Broadband will call to schedule an in-home installation appointment.
In-home installations are limited to penetrating one exterior wall (no attic, crawl space, or interior wall installation are performed). Anyone needing or desiring more installation work than this will be referred to any of the local installation companies in Ponca City providing in-home, interior wall installations.
Ponca City broad service will be installed in phases throughout Ponca City over the next several years. This is a one-of-a-kind service, providing the absolute fastest internet access with un-matched customer service. This new utility is:
- Professionally engineered and constructed,
- 100% fiber optic (nothing else, anywhere in the network)
- Requires no contract
- Service plans do not have “introductory periods”, asterisks, fluctuating monthly prices, data caps, or limitations of any kind … you simply get what you pay for!
- 3 service plans to choose from: 50 Mbps ($60.00), 100 Mbps ($100.00), and 1 Gbps ($250.00). NOTE: these plans offer this bandwidth PER SECOND, not per month – and there are NO DATA CAPS!
All accounts must pay a $200 activation fee (either up front, or spread out over 24 months * $10 per month).
The geographic boundaries of Phase one is the area of town between Bradley and Highland from North to South, and between 14th and Union from East to West.
Change as of January 28th, 2019-To ensure the project continues as planned and budgeted, homes in the Acre Subdivision will be connected when the area adjacent, east of 14th Street is completed, in a subsequent phase of the project. This affects all homes on Virginia, Glenside and Whitworth, as well as the homes on Elmwood between Overbrook and 14th.