Starry internet to stop serving Columbus

Starry Internet service withdraws from Columbus less than two years after entering the market.

Low-cost internet service provider Starry closes its Columbus service less than two years after entering the market.

The Boston-based company notified customers this week that it will soon stop serving central Ohio.

“It is especially difficult to tell you today that Starry will begin discontinuing its Internet services in the Columbus, Ohio market beginning this spring,” Starry wrote to customers. “We will contact you to provide a more specific date for the termination of your Starry service. For now, you do not need to do anything.”

Starry launched the Columbus service in the summer of 2021, offering internet access for just $25 per month before converting to the standard $50 per month price.

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