RCN provides advanced High-Speed Internet, Digital TV and Phone services to residential customers as well as small, medium and Enterprise businesses. By design, RCN’s wholly owned, scalable, fiber-rich network supports continuous product innovation and service enhancement for its customers. RCN’s success stems from its foresight in acquiring, maintaining and growing its expansive fiber-rich network with an unwavering commitment to offering premium telecommunication services with the very best in value, all supported by 100% U.S. based customer service. RCN delivers on its commitment to customers with incredible value, affordability, speed, reliability and outstanding customer support. Coupled with industry leading Internet speeds and partnerships with innovators like TiVo, you have a company that is a solid, reputable, competitive option for residents seeking a better choice for Internet and TV. RCN is a recognized leader—topping the speed and customer service rankings of big industry brands like Netflix, YouTube and PC Magazine, all while maintaining deep community roots and employing more than 1,300 company-wide.
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RCN was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Princeton, US
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3100 650 College Rd E
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