PRODIGI has been providing telecom services to the tri-state area since 1994. In 2012, we began building a FTTH (Fiber To The Home) network in Preston County providing Voice, Internet, and Cable TV. We are actively expanding the network in Preston County and will soon be building a 400 mile network in central West Virginia that will serve the members of the Harrison Rural Electrification Association Coop. We are, and always will be, customer and community driven…going the extra mile to deliver the products and services you deserve while supporting them with “old-fashion’ customer service.
At Prodigi, we take pride in treating you like a neighbor because, well, we are your neighbor. Our team is made up of individuals from Preston County and surrounding areas. When you call us, you will not be answered by an answering service. You will be greeted in real time by one of our friendly team members. We don't make you wait days or even weeks to solve your network problems. In fact, in most cases, issues will be looked in to and likely resolved same day! We take pride in our network and want to resolve any issues in a timely manner.
Fiber optic connections use light to transmit data, so signals travel at higher speeds and greater distances than any other connection.
The bandwidth on fiber optic lines is capable of transmitting more data, over longer distances than any other technology—far more than cable, DSL. Upload speeds are critical for ‘Work at Home’ and gaming applications.
Made of glass with insulating core, fiber optic lines are immune to many of the environmental factors that can cause cable service interruptions. The reliability of fiber optics makes it a very good choice for businesses that require internet to stay up and running.
Unlike traditional cable, fiber optic connections are dedicated and not shared with your neighbors, so your internet will be consistently fast with no slow downs.
Your data is safe with fiber cable. It doesn’t radiate signals and is extremely difficult to tap. If an attempt is made to break the physical security of your fiber system, you’ll know it.
Data is transmitted via light on the fiber network. Therefore, until something is invented that travels faster than light, our fiber network is ready and able to support the future demands of bandwidth.