1Gig download speeds with no bandwidth throttling, so you’ll always have the fastest connection possible, all the time!
No contracts, bundled with your utility bill. Never deal with the big corporations again.
GAME, STREAM, eLEARN, WORK FROM HOME, SURF, THRIVE
All-new fiber network, built from the ground up from The City of Dayton, TX with no data caps. So go ahead, play games, shop online, stream movies – we won’t stop or slow you down.
When you subscribe, you are investing into your hometown’s infrastructure to improve the quality of life for our community.
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Why is Broadband So Important for Communities?
As more of our lives transition to the digital world, access to the Internet and its multitude of applications becomes increasingly more important. Where it was once just a complement to our physical lives, the virtual world has become a crucial part of what we do every day. Online applications for business, health, education, security, and entertainment have all become integrated into our daily lives.
DayNet will be available in fall 2021. It will give virtually every home, business, and community anchor organization in Dayton, TX, access to ultra-high-speed broadband internet. DayNet high-speed, fiber-optic broadband services will deliver 1 Gbps speeds for homes with future expansion to 10 Gbps services. Businesses will also have access to the same speed services. DayNet will facilitate even greater speeds for large companies up to 100 Gbps in the future.
What is DayNet? DayNet Internet is Dayton, TX.
The City of Dayton is embarking on creating a new broadband internet utility for servicing its diverse community. The DayNet network will encompass 110 miles of fiber giving every home, business, and community anchor the opportunity for access to ultra-high-speed broadband Internet, making Dayton a competitive place to live, work, learn, and play.
Check out the planned Daynet network map including area phase procedure.
This includes supporting Dayton's water and wastewater connectivity needs, enabling Smart City applications for transportation and public safety, creating a Dayton-wide technology platform for high-tech business cultivation, and enabling opportunities to reduce the cost of doing business in the City.