The new Sonic Fusion Mobile app for iPhone will alert you when someone leaves you a voicemail, provide message playback and let you manage Fusion line settings including call forwarding. Visit sonic.net/fusionapp from your iPhone to get started, or click to learn more.
Late last year, we launched “Borderless Calling” for Fusion, with eight total hours of free calls to Canada. We chose Canada because it was our most popular international destination, and this has saved our Fusion members a ton of money on their monthly bills over the last year. We are now expanding free calling beyond North America, to the top call destination on every continent! Click here to read all the details!
The Electronic Frontier Foundation assessed the policies of 18 leading Internet companies, and Sonic.net has come out with top marks. The EFF wrote in their report that:
“We are especially pleased to recognize the first company to ever receive a full gold star in each of the categories measured by the privacy and transparency report: Sonic.net, an ISP based in Santa Rosa, California.”
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The Press Democrat this last weekend published a feature about our growing Gigabit Fiber-to-the-home networks. As Fusion grows, we’re beginning to convert the top communities to Fiber. Read the article to learn more!
Residents in Sebastopol have been noticing our construction crews in the area over the last few weeks, so we can’t keep it a secret much longer: Fiber coverage is expanding! With the first phase of construction complete and online today, we’ve got customers enjoying both 100Mbps and Gigabit speeds today. To learn more about the project and what’s next, click here.
Our first Fiber-to-the-home customers are online now in Sebastopol, and Ars Technica has published a feature story on our efforts to bring upgrade Fusion to Fiber! They cover some of the history behind Fusion, and the steps toward Fiber for our Fusion customers in Sebastopol. You can read the full article here.
This is an unbeatable deal for Broadband at up to 20Mbps plus land line voice with unlimited nationwide calling. If you are not yet a Sonic.net Fusion customer, you can check for service availability here. Switching is easy, so don’t wait.
For businesses that need symmetric dedicated-line service, our FlexLink Carrier Ethernet solutions offer consistent and reliable speed at a competitive cost, with a 24x7x365 service level agreement. FlexLink is the perfect upgrade for businesses with T1 service. And now, extended until May 31st, we’re offering sale pricing on 10Mbps/10Mbps Ethernet service for only $599/mo. Availability is limited, and a 36 month term commitment is required. Visit the FlexLink Ethernet product page to learn more.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports on Sonic.net’s aggressive anti-data-cap stance, saying that “The offerings beg the obvious question: If a small regional Internet service provider thinks it can profitably deliver such services, what’s stopping its huge, high-margin rivals? …in a market brimming with Internet power users, Sonic’s increasingly differentiated products seem to be catching on.” You can read the full article here.