Located in beautiful Stafford County, KGI Communications offers service in the counties of Stafford, King George, Caroline, and Westmoreland. A subsidiary of CRC (established in 2002), KGI was established in 2017 due to the lack of high speed internet connectivity.
KGI is an internet service provider (ISP) and a wireless internet service provider (WISP), providing air fiber from towers to connect to homes & businesses, hybrid fiber wireless, and Fiber to the Home (FTTH). For residences, KGI offers speeds ranging from 30 to 150 mbps with unlimited usage and no throttling. For businesses, KGI offers multiple options & higher speeds and will customize speeds according to commercial needs.
KGI currently provides service located within the Virginia counties of Stafford, King George, Westmoreland, and Caroline; and in the Maryland county of Charles. A list of counties served is here.
KGI's goal is to continue expanding into the other areas where high speed internet is lacking.
What is air fiber optic internet?
Fiber optic internet is information traveling on a beam of light. Fiber is a very fine glass and it is used to transmit data much faster and over greater distances. Air fiber is information traveling wirelessly.
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KGI uses air fiber, which is fiber optics speed internet wirelessly. Fiber optics is the fastest form of broadband technology.