August 15, 2019
Common Networks today announced its expansion into San Leandro, bringing a new, affordable choice for ultra high-speed home internet to residents, through a partnership with the City of San Leandro. Common offers up to 300 Mbps home internet service at a low monthly rate, with no contract, no data caps, and no additional equipment fees.
“High-speed internet is transformative,” said Tony Batalla, Chief Technology Officer, City of San Leandro. “The City’s investments in broadband instructure have driven economic development – connecting businesses, creating jobs, and driving smart city innovations, such as free public Wifi in public spaces and parks. Now with Common, residents in San Leandro will have a new choice for affordable high-speed internet directly in their homes.”
“We’ve been so impressed with the City of San Leandro’s mission to provide reliable high-speed connectivity to everyone in the community,” said Zach Brock, Chief Executive Officer at Common Networks. “For years, residents have asked if the city’s fiber network would ever reach their homes. And because of Common’s unique wireless rooftop technology, we’re now able to bring these amazing speeds to residents, without the cost of running wires to every home.”
Common is the world’s first and only commercially available, graph-based network delivering home internet service. Common is launching to more than 25,000 residents in San Leandro, in addition to the more than 100,000 people who can already get service in other cities in the Bay Area.
San Leandro residents can pre-register their homes for service at common.net/sanleandro, and find out when it will be available in their neighborhood. Common expects to connect its first San Leandro customers later this month.