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More and more residents opt for Skynet services

Penkių Kontinentų Komunikacijų Centras, UAB, is expanding one of the largest fiber-optic Internet networks in Lithuania, i.e., Skynet.

Last year, the company connected over 6 thousand new households to it. Most of the new users reside in Pašilaičiai, Santariškės, Šnipiškės, Žirmūnai, Fabijoniškės, Lazdynai, and Viršuliškės neighborhoods. The company expects that in 2015, Skynet will welcome more residents from Pilaitė and Verkiai neighborhoods. Nearly 80 new households will hopefully join the network over the year.

“Successful development of Skynet network results from an increasing desire of customers to use high-quality telecommunications services. We always focus on the needs of the users. Thus we have increased the Internet speed, adjusted Internet and television subscription plans; we have updated our website based on the user experience survey results, and modern design solutions. We hope that these changes will ensure greater convenience to our customers”, said Robertas Ragauskas, Head of the Commercial Department of Penkių Kontinentų Komunikacijų Centras.

According to Mr. Ragauskas, the company’s main goal is to increase the satisfaction level of the existing customers and the number of new users. The company will continue to expand the Skynet network to maximize its accessibility. Continuous modernization of the network allows the company to compete based on the quality of its services. Currently, Skynet speed is 1 Gb/s. High-quality services and fast, safe, and reliable data transfer are ensured by the company’s partner Cisco Systems’ reliable networking hardware.

Over 115 thousand households in most of the capital city’s neighborhoods are already part of the network. Vilnius residents have been successfully using the company’s services: Internet, IPTV, Internet  Protocol (IP) telephony, for nearly seventeen years now. Skynet reaches most schools, libraries, medical and police authorities, embassies, and business centers in Vilnius.

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