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LUS Fiber Offers Customers Relief and Connectivity in the Wake of Ida

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, communication is a critical element in ensuring communities are repaired and residents are made whole, and responding as a unified front is crucial to recovery and restoration.

Posted: Aug 31, 2021 2:47 PM

LAFAYETTE, LA – In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, communication is a critical element in ensuring communities are repaired and residents are made whole, and responding as a unified front is crucial to recovery and restoration. LUS Fiber understands there is a greater need for increased communications between family, friends, and businesses and will be providing credits for long distance phone service for residential customers through September 4, 2021, while also prioritizing new orders for business services.

Since its inception, LUS Fiber has been committed to the growth and prosperity of Acadiana, becoming a nationally recognized industry leader by constructing a fiber optic system which delivers the fastest home internet in the country. Not only does LUS Fiber’s network increase the quality of life for residents through access to robust and reliable high-speed fiber broadband, but it also increases the overall strength, stability and resiliency of the regional economy.

LUS Fiber is your only community broadband provider. We are all stronger together.

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