GigaFi is Ready for the Future

It's time to raise the bar again to ensure the GigaFi internet network is ready and Nexton remains the most technologically advanced community in the region. GigaFi is ready for the future and as a Nexton business or resident you can rest assured that your internet service will always be prepared to handle the next big thing

What is GigaFi?
  • Super-fast cloud storage makes your data more secure and easier to manage

  • Smart Home Technology allows you to control your home via a computer or Smart mobile device. These types of systems are designed to improve energy use, safety, comfort and convenience

  • Content creation gets a huge boost with the capacity for multiple, simultaneous HD video streams

GigaFi™
Delivered by Home Telecom, exclusively at Nexton.

For over a century, Home Telecom has been delivering innovative technologies and exceptional service to residential and enterprise customers throughout the Lowcountry. GigaFi is just the latest example of Home Telecom’s commitment to the people and the prosperity of South Carolina.

 

Just how fast is a gigabit?

It’s over 40x faster than the average internet connection. But GigaFi is more than fast. It’s an open door to entirely new ways of advancing your business, staying connected through lighting fast internet speeds, and streaming the latest media on your home's smart devices.

See the Difference Gigabit Speed Makes

(click on an icon to compare speeds)
1 Gbps
34 seconds
8 seconds
4 seconds
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< 1 second
100 Mbps
5 minutes 43 seconds
1 minute 25 seconds
41 seconds
< 1 second
< 1 second
50 Mbps
11 minutes 27 seconds
2 minute 51 seconds
1 minute 23 seconds
1 seconds
< 1 second

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*Demo speeds increased for comparison, actual results may vary

South Carolina's finest SC's Finest

In early 2013 the FCC issued the Gigabit City Challenge, encouraging every state in the country to have at least one community where gigabit broadband service is available to everyone. With GigaFi, Nexton becomes South Carolina’s first gigabit community, and South Carolina becomes the 21st state to meet the FCC challenge.