ALLO works with the city of Lincoln to design the fiber-optic cable route.
ALLO partners with local contractors to install underground ductwork.
ALLO accesses each splice vault and pedastal to splice the fiber that will connect to your home and business and then tests the connection to ensure GIG-fast speed.
When you request Internet, TV, and phone service, ALLO connects fiber from the pedastal to your home or business in preparation for installation.
Connect, stream and game like never before with internet speeds starting at 300 Mbps for downloads and uploads. Plus, connect 100+ devices with our FREE GigaCenter™ router.
Whole Home DVR works on every TV in your house. And wireless set-top boxes let you watch TV anywhere—including the garage or patio.
Keep your current phone number while getting free voicemail, caller ID, and unlimited long distance in the contiguous 48 states.
ALLO team members are popping up all over the city, feel free to stop us and say hello! We’re thrilled to partner with Nelnet again this year for City Impact’s Gifts of Love. This program has been providing Christmas with dignity to families-in-need for over 20 years. In 2016, Gifts of Love provided over $100,000 in gifts to more than 3,000 kids and their families. Please join us in this great cause, contributions will be accepted November 13th – December 4th or you can donate online here.
As a locally owned and operated business, we love supporting our communities. If you know of ways ALLO can be more involved in community events or organizations in need of sponsorship, please drop us a line at email@example.com.
We started building Gigabit communities over a decade ago in Nebraska so we’re thrilled to be building fiber in the capital city of our home state. Founded in 1856, Lincoln has a rich history of blazing trails. The city’s pioneering spirit has led to exciting progress in recent years with the revitalization of the Haymarket, addition of the Pinnacle Bank Arena and the Railyard, plus an explosion of tech and software start ups downtown. Bringing fiber and Gigabit internet speed to this new silicon prairie was a no brainer.