High-Speed Internet Service in Rio Rancho, NM
Although the land where Rio Rancho, New Mexico, sits today was inhabited thousands of years ago, the city's history only dates to about the 1960s. The dream of leaving a crowded city for a spacious area with great views and tremendous opportunity motivated many to move to the City of Vision. In 1963 construction of the first home in Rio Rancho took place. Incorporated in 1981 with over 10,000 residents, Rio Rancho is now the fastest-growing community in the state. Sparklight's world-class infrastructure helps to support this growth with local service you can count on to deliver fast, reliable internet, over a fiber-rich network at Gig speeds.
Rio Rancho UpgradesWe're upgrading our infrastructure in Rio Rancho to enhance reliability and increase our bandwidth capacity to meet your future needs. We are on schedule to complete the upgrade by Spring 2023. Although most construction work is now taking place during maintenance hours, customers can view the Rio Rancho Construction Updates report to review upcoming scheduled daytime work. Customers should also receive a construction notification on their door three days before construction occurs in their neighborhood.
We will continue to work to minimize the impact on our customers and the Rio Rancho community. We apologize for any inconvenience you may experience, and thank you for your patience while we work to bring the latest technological enhancements to your neighborhood. To learn more about our upgrades in Rio Rancho, read our press release, “Sparklight® $10 Million Infrastructure Upgrade in Rio Rancho, New Mexico on Track for Spring 2023 Completion”.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT INTERNET SPEED DO I NEED FOR STREAMING
HOW MUCH DATA DO I NEED?
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SPEED AND DATA?
Try our speed test to find out.
Data explains how much data you can consume on your plan each month. It’s measured in gigabytes (GB). You can think of data the same way you think about minutes on a cell phone plan. Once you’ve hit your data cap for the month, you need to pay for more.