DC Access Expands Service Area to Include H Street, NE Corridor

Washington, DC’s only local internet service provider to give
2,500+ more DC residents a new choice for getting online

June 5, 2017. Washington, DC – DC Access today announced the availability of its high-speed wireless internet access in the H Street, NE corridor of Washington, DC. The new service area builds on the company’s existing footprint, includes the “Atlas District,” and is available to both residents and businesses in the area immediately.

“DC Access was founded to provide Washington, DC with choice in internet service — the option to buy only the services individuals and business owners want without being handcuffed by expensive product and service bundles from the big guys,” said Martha Huizenga, DC Access co-founder and partner. “This expansion is a continuation of our efforts to offer an affordable local option to as many DC residents and local businesses as possible.”

This latest expansion further extends the DC Access network reach which already encompasses Capitol Hill as far south as the Navy Yard and east as portions of 18th Street, SE. DC Access also services parts of Adams Morgan and northern Dupont Circle, as well as select apartment and condominium buildings in Arlington, Virginia.

All DC Access service packages are available to residents and businesses across the service area. DC Access offers varying levels of upload and download speed depending on individual needs. A coverage map and pricing information are available on the DC Access website at http://www.dcaccess.net/wireless-internet-service/.

“We offer DC residents and businesses the speed they need and the customer service they want without long-term commitments or hidden fees,” continued Huizenga. “We are thrilled to continue to expand our reach — enabling even more of our neighbors to enjoy reliable internet access from a local company that puts customers first.”

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