LOGIX Fiber Networks Expands Texas Program to Social Services Organizations, Nonprofits

LOGIX Fiber Networks, a Texas-based business connectivity company, has announced the expansion of the newly launched Texas Connected Business Program, the company said.

The program was founded in early April to help businesses navigate connectivity disruptions caused by COVID-19. The expansion will provide additional assistance to nonprofits and charitable and social service organizations within the LOGIX footprint who are going above and beyond to serve our most vulnerable populations during the current coronavirus crisis.

Through the Texas Connected Business Program, LOGIX is offering six months free on all of its business Internet, voice and data products, including LOGIX´s Business Voice Cloud solution, which enables seamless remote collaboration and accessibility, including high-performing voice calls. The Texas Connected Business Program runs through May 31 and enables businesses and organizations in buildings on the LOGIX network to double their bandwidth for free and receive reduced wavelength pricing.

In addition to the Texas Connected Business Program, LOGIX has also signed the Federal Communications Commission´s “Keep Americans Connected Pledge” to help companies impacted by or experiencing disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

LOGIX Fiber Networks is an established fiber-based network infrastructure operator in Texas. LOGIX provides highly secure fiber-based data and voice services as well as data center access to over 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers.