1 GIG Internet Expansion in Your Area

Primary expansion includes specific areas in the following New York cities located in Columbia, Dutchess and Renssalaer counties:


We Are Taking Orders for up to 1 Gbps Fiber Internet Service!

If your city is on the list below, call us to see if you qualify for expanded services.


  • Brocton
  • Canaan
  • Chatham
  • Cherry Plain
  • Copake
  • Copake Falls
  • Craryville
  • Clymer
  • Hillsdale
  • Malden Bridge
  • Mayville
  • Millerton
  • Nassau
  • New Lebanon
  • North Chatham
  • Old Chatham
  • Panama
  • Petersburg
  • Pine Plains
  • Portland
  • Red Hook
  • Ripley
  • Sherman
  • Spencertown
  • Stephentown
  • Stockton
  • Taghkanic
  • Valatie
  • Westfield
  • West Lebanon


Call to Order: 1.844.968.7224



Benefits of 1 GIG Internet from Consolidated

Consolidated Communications is upgrading the fiber optic network in your area providing customers with 1 GIG Internet speed and NEW TV services. Soon we'll provide access to the most reliable, fastest, Internet in the nation. Download movies, share playlists, stream videos, game online across multiple devices with no delays.


Get the right speed for your family. Experience more with 1 Gig today.


TV service NOW available in Ghent, Ancram & Austerlitz! View channel lineup.


Save when you bundle your services with CCI. More of what you love!

About Consolidated 1 GIG Internet

View the benefit of 1 GIG speeds for your home.

1 GIG service, which is equivalent to 1,000 Mbps, is among the fastest connections available to residential customers across the nation. Customers with a 1 GIG connection can expect to:

  • Use multiple devices at once without sacrificing speed
  • Stream movies, download videos and upload photos with virtually no buffering or waiting
  • Experience online gaming with a fast, stable connection
  • Work from home with a reliable connection that supports VPN access and video conferencing
  • Connect to blazing fast wireless speeds and expanded in-home coverage with the provided 1-Gig compatible router



This deployment of broadband services is supported by grants awarded to Consolidated Communications by New York State through the New NY Broadband Program.