Hotwire Communications, Ltd.

Hotwire Communications was founded in 2000. The company specializes in providing FTTH-based broadband to high-rise multi-dwelling units, gated communities, and homeowners' associations in the states it serves. It is based in Fort Lauderdale, FL and serves approximately 200,00 customers in 600 communities across Florida, Georgia, Texas, Nevada, South Carolina, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and California. The company markets its services under Hotwire as well as the Fision brand names for Internet, TV and voice services.

FTTH, or "Fiber to the Home" is a broadband internet connection technology that uses fiber-optic cables to transmit data at incredibly fast speeds. The cables are made of thin strands of glass or plastic that transmit light signals. FTTH can deliver high-speed broadband internet directly to individual buildings such as households, apartment complexes, and businesses.

FTTH is also known as "Fiber to the Premises" (FTTP) and offers exponentially faster internet connections compared to other technologies. FTTH can deliver gigabit speeds 100x faster than DSL.

FTTH (Fiber-to-the-Home) is specifically engineered for direct residential connections, whereas FTTP (Fiber-to-the-Premises) can be utilized to link businesses or various types of premises. With FTTH, a comprehensive fiber optic connection is established, ensuring that voice, video, and data traffic transmission occurs solely through fiber optics without employing copper wireline infrastructure.

The advantages of Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) include enhanced bandwidth because FTTH provides abundant bandwidth to support simultaneous usage by multiple devices. Additionally, faster connection Speeds surpass the speeds and capacity of twisted pair conductors, DSL, or coaxial cable connections. FTTH has symmetrical Speeds ensuring equal speed for both uploading and downloading data. There are also environmental Benefits in that fiber networks are more energy-efficient, generating less heat and requiring less cooling compared to copper cable networks.

You will find Improved streaming performance with FTTH's higher bandwidth capacity that supports high-definition video streaming. Further, fiber optic cables have the capability to transmit data up to 1,000 times faster than copper cables, enabling easier connectivity, faster data uploads, quicker website loading, and seamless streaming experiences.

Here are a few plan details from Hotwire Internet. Be sure to check directly with the company for current pricing and offers as this list is not comprehensive.

  • High Speed Internet 200: $49.99/mo. 200 Mbps connection, no data caps, fiber to the unit
  • High Speed Internet 400: $79.99/mo. 400 Mbps connection, no data caps, fiber to the unit
  • Gigabit Internet 1000: $99.99/mo. 1000 Mbps connection, no data caps, fiber to the unit
  • Digital Limited Basic: $35.99/mo. local networks and news channels
  • Digital Access Package: $120.99/mo.
  • High Speed Internet 300: $169.99, download speeds up to 300 Mbps
  • Hotwire also offers add-on options such as 10 STARZ channels, MLB Extra Innings, and NHL Center Ice.
  • Depending on the plan or bundle you choose there may be a contract required so be sure to ask about that when you contact Hotwire. Taxes, fees, surcharges (including the $6 EVSF telephone surcharge) and usage charges are additional. Residential phone service has some geographical restrictions on long distance calls. Installation fees for service may apply so be sure to reach out directly to Hotwire Communications for granular details.