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Get Two Months Free Internet From Starry in November
Starry, the Boston-based internet provider that launched in DC about a year ago, is quickly expanding its network coverage throughout DC and Arlington.
The company is offering UrbanTurf readers who are new subscribers 60 days of free service with promo code URBANTURF from now through November 30th.
If you’re tired of your internet provider, Starry will be a refreshing change. The company offers a very straightforward deal of $50/month all-in (taxes and router included, no additional fees) for 200 mbps plan speeds. There are no data caps, no long-term contracts, or bundles. You can choose your own 30 minute installation window and Starry provides 24/7 customer support from a locally based team of experts.
Check if Starry is available at your address.
If Starry is not available in your building yet, contact your Property Manager to let them know that you’re interested in this new internet provider. You can also join their interest list and Starry will email you as soon as the service is available.
Condo board members, building managers and owners who want to bring Starry to their residents can reach out directly to have Starry installed in their building.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/get-two-months-free-internet-from-starry-in-november/16119.
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