Common Networks announced that they’re bringing wireless home Internet service to their fifth Bay Area market, San Leandro, with plans to make the location an innovation hub.
Common’s service has garnered city-wide interest quickly, with more than 2,500 San Leandro residents having pre-registered their homes on Common’s website for service since August.
For those on the fence about trying the new service, Common Networks is offering a deal that’s too good to pass up. “We believe every San Leandran should have access to fast and reliable home internet, so we’re offering three full months of free Common service to every resident,” said Common Networks CEO and founder Zach Brock. This offer is available to anyone that signs up before October 15.
“For a long time, San Leandro has been committed to providing best-in-class fiber access to businesses and the community,” said Brock. “Common is now bridging the gap to bring those next-generation speeds to residents at home, where we rely on internet connections to keep in touch with family, do our homework, watch our favorite shows, and more.”
In August, we shared news of the launch of Common Networks. At that time, the company was bringing 5G internet service to four markets, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Jose, and Sunnyvale, starting at just $34/month.
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