SAN MARCOS, TX, May 6, 2014 — Grande Communications, the Texas-based broadband communications company offering Internet, TV and phone services, has announced that beginning today, all San Marcos residential Internet customers on older packages will receive significant speed upgrades at no additional charge. Current Grande customers with Internet service below 15 megabits per second (Mbps) will automatically be upgraded to Power 15 Mbps. Customers with 30 Mbps will have their speed increased to Power 50 Mbps and those with 65 Mbps will jump to 75 Mbps. Customers have been notified with detailed communications about their specific package improvements and speed upgrades.
Earlier this year, Grande rolled out new Internet speed options for new customers across all of its Texas markets, beginning at 15 Mbps for $34.99 with included equipment and no contracts. The new Internet speeds are also included in Grande’s Get-It-All bundles where customers can opt for additional TV and phone service options starting at $79.99. “We are committed to providing superior customer service to keep up with the demands for faster speeds to support multiple devices,” said Matt Murphy, president of Grande. “We have been proudly serving San Marcos for more than a decade, and as part of our ongoing evolution to give Texans what they want and need for today’s technology-driven world, we are proud to offer the fastest speeds with the most reliable network in town.” Information about Grande services is available via mygrande.com or by calling 866-2GRANDE.
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Grande Communications is a Texas-based broadband communications company that offers a full suite of Internet, TV and phone services for residential and business customers through its state-of-the-art, high-capacity, hybrid fiber-optic network. Since its launch 10 years ago, Grande has offered Texans a real choice in entertainment and communications services plus outstanding local customer and technical support. Grande proudly serves the following communities: Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, San Marcos, Waco, Corpus Christi, Midland and Odessa. For more information, visit mygrande.com, like Grande Communications on Facebook or follow @grandecom on Twitter.