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Armstrong Plans and Pricing


Armstrong Plans and Pricing

Armstrong offers Internet service to approximately 1,024,785 people in 278 cities over 6 states.

Armstrong offers Internet service via the following technologies: Fiber, Cable and DSL

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Armstrong was founded in 1946 and after 70 years is still committed to providing customers with the highest level of service. The company provides cable and internet to almost 100,000 customers across the north east region of the U.S. The states Armstrong provides service too includes, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Maryland

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Armstrong is available in 6 states.


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Armstrong One Wire offers Zoom Internet to customers through state-of-the-art broadband networks. It appears the service coverage area is only within Ohio and Pennsylvannia, but they offer a variety of services to fit Business and Residential customers' needs.
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