Starry Internet, the Boston-headquartered residential internet provider, is officially expanding their D.C. presence into Virginia.
Rosslyn and Clarendon residents will have access to Starry first, with Ballston, Pentagon City and Crystal City on deck as part of their DMV expansion plans.
Starry is all about fast internet and great service — they offer speeds of 200 mbps download/100 mbps upload and it’s a flat $50.00/month. No long-term contracts, no extra fees piled on, and no cable/phone bundles.
Their touchscreen smart router, the Starry Station, is provided to every subscriber at no additional cost. Plus, you can contact Support 24/7 directly from the Starry Station or the Starry App.
Get access ASAP by helping to bring Starry to your building! Head to the website to check availability at your address, then follow the prompts to connect your building manager or condo board to Starry.
Building installation costs nothing and is non-invasive; Starry simply connects to existing wiring and installs a small antenna on your roof (learn more about the technology powering their network).
Questions? Follow up in the comments or reach out to our support team anytime!
Did you know the Arlington Public Library lets you borrow free energy efficiency tools? The latest Rethink Energy shares the details.
President Joe Biden paid a visit to Arlington and the recently-renovated Lubber Run Park, in support of Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s Virginia gubernatorial bid.
With one month to go before school starts, parents are being urged to enroll their kids in some Arlington public schools amid a continued drop in enrollment. Screenshots and emails…
When Marjorie Tarantino was closing on the purchase of her townhouse this spring, she learned there were problems with the deck. Tarantino had bought a property in the Richard Bassett…