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Throughout August, past and current Snip Internet customers can win a free Snip Yeti Tumbler by leaving reviews on our Facebook or Google pages. One winner will be chosen every week on Monday to win a custom Snip Internet 20oz. YETI Tumbler.

It’s pretty straightforward. Leave a review or recommendation on Facebook or Google (or both). The winner will be chosen lottery style with one entry per review.

To help you leave a review, we’ve provided the instructions below:

To leave a Google Review

  1. On your device, click here to open Snip Internet on Google Maps and make sure you’re signed in.
  2. On the left, scroll down and click Write a review.
  3. In the window that appears, click five stars (or other) to review Snip Internet. You can also write a review.
  4. Check Snip Internet’s Facebook page every Monday to see if you won.

To leave a Facebook Review

  1. Go to Snip Internet’s Facebook Page.
  2. Click Recommendations or Reviews on the left side of the Page.
  3. Click Yes to recommend Snip Internet.
  4. Write a Recommendation. You can also select any of the tags below (example: friendly staff, fast service) to recommend a specific feature of Snip.
  5. Click next toPostto select your audience.
  6. ClickPost and check Snip Internet’s Facebook page every Monday to see if you won.
Snip Internet available at The Lumen

Snip Internet brings Fiber Connectivity to The Lumen in Playhouse Square

Press Release – July 30, 2020 – CLEVELAND – Cleveland residential fiber internet provider Snip Internet is bringing fiber connectivity to the new residents of The Lumen in Playhouse Square in Downtown Cleveland.

The Lumen in Cleveland
Snip Internet brings fiber Internet to the new residents of The Lumen.

The Lumen began welcoming its earliest tenants earlier in July. Through Snip, those tenants of the 34-story development will have access to up to 1 Gbps of high-speed internet.

The Lumen, which was developed by the Playhouse Square Foundation, boasts 318 units in the heart of Cleveland’s Art District. The 602,000-square-foot apartment building, which stands at 396 feet, is the largest residential project in downtown Cleveland in 40 years according to Playhouse Square officials.

“Lumen residents can expect the same high-speed service that our customers throughout the Midwest rely on,” said Robin Doerschuk, VP/GM of Snip Internet. “Whether the Lumen is your permanent residence or your home away from home, Snip Internet is proud to provide you with our highspeed connectivity.”

About Snip Internet®

Snip Internet is challenging residential internet with its “Fat Pipe. Happy Life.” mentality. With symmetrical speeds up to 1GBps delivering unmatched upload and download performance, Snip is creating the fastest and most reliable internet experience possible for apartment residents in Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Columbus. For more information, visit www.snipinternet.com.

About The Lumen at Playhouse Square

Raise the curtain on a premier residential experience at The Lumen in the heart of the vibrant Playhouse Square district in downtown Cleveland. The Lumen sets a new standard in sophisticated design with elegant finishes, breathtaking views, rejuvenating community spaces, and elevated service. Make your home at the doorstep of world-class entertainment and the country’s largest performing arts center outside New York. Junior one-bedroom, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments with penthouse selections.

Media Contact

Chaz Stead

Office: 330-685-2937 Email: cstead@snipinternet.com

Snip Internet Press Release announces acquisition of Rocket Fiber

A Quick letter to our customers in Detroit

Hello Detroit! ?

We’re Snip Internet. If Rocket Fiber has provided internet to your home, as of today we are now providing that service.

So what’s changing?

Not much! You will still receive the same service at the same price. The same friendly voices are able to help you over the phone. The same technicians are building the fastest internet possible.

All that’s changing on your end is really the name. 

I’m an existing customer, do I need to do anything?

In the near future, we may need you to update your account information into a new system. We will keep you updated directly by email with more information when that time comes.

What if I have questions?

You can read more on the change here or you can just call a local human being.

You can still reach us at (844) 847-6253

That’s it?

Yep! For the last four years, Snip Internet has provided our customers in Cleveland with the fastest internet possible. Now we get the opportunity to do the same for you in Detroit. 

For the customers joining us today, we are thrilled to have you and we hope you love your service. As we say at Snip: Fat Pipe, Happy Life.

Snip Internet Press Release announces acquisition of Rocket Fiber

Snip Internet acquires Rocket Fiber residential internet services

July 8, 2020 – CLEVELAND – Snip Internet announced today that it has completed its purchase of the residential assets of Detroit based internet service provider Rocket Fiber LLC,  from Everstream. The acquisition serves as an initial expansion for Snip as they open in additional markets throughout the Midwest in the coming months.

With the close of this purchase, Snip Internet will expand its services into more than 100 multi-dwelling unit residential buildings in Cleveland and Detroit.

“We are all striving to deliver the fastest and most reliable residential internet service possible,” said Robin Doerschuk Vice President / General Manager of Snip Internet. “We are excited about the level of expertise joining us in Detroit as we build out our customer support organization.”

In March, Snip closed its series B funding round of $7.75 million, led by PepperTree Capital. “In the four years since launching, Snip has been building the back office support and network infrastructure to expand into new markets,” said Brett Lindsey, founder of Snip Internet. Milwaukee, WI, and Columbus, OH will both be operational in the third quarter of 2020.

“Throughout the Midwest, the urban revitalization occurring is bringing new residents into downtown areas, driving demand for quality high-speed internet service,” said Doerschuk. “People moving downtown expect their internet service to be reliable and fast, which isn’t the case in many properties today.” 

In addition to providing residents with high-speed broadband internet, Snip works with MDU developers to deliver fiber connectivity driving higher occupancy, better retention, and increased property values.

About Snip Internet®

Snip Internet is changing residential internet with its “Fat Pipe. Happy Life.” mentality. With symmetrical speeds up to 1GBps delivering unmatched upload and download performance, Snip is creating the fastest and most reliable internet experience possible for apartment residents in Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Columbus. For more information, visit www.snipinternet.com.

Media Contact

Chaz Stead

Office: 330-685-2937 Email: cstead@snipinternet.com

Snip Internet LLC is the exclusive fiber internet provider for The Tappan in Tremont

Cleveland based residential fiber internet provider Snip Internet LLC. is the exclusive internet service provider for the new residential apartment complex The Tappan in Tremont. 

The Tappan is owned by real estate group Sustainable Community Associates. SCA has partnered exclusively with Snip Internet on three other residential projects in Cleveland, Fairmont Creamery, Wagner Awning, and Mueller Lofts. The Tappan is set to open to new residents on June 1, 2020. 

New construction project The Tappan was designed with historic building elements in mind and will be home to 95 residential units. In addition to residential housing the first floor of the building will also be home to a bakery with local artisan bread and pastries. 

Snip Internet has expanded their network across the midwest to Columbus, Milwaukee and Madison. Learn more about Snip Internet and sign up at www.snipinternet.com

May 28, 2020

Snip Internet LLC is the exclusive internet provider for Mayfield Station in Little Italy

Cleveland based residential fiber internet provider Snip Internet LLC. is the exclusive internet service provider for the new residential apartment complex Mayfield Station in Little Italy. 

Mayfield Station will be the first building in Little Italy to offer Snip Internet to tenants. The building has 40 apartments and is set to open to new residents on June 1, 2020. 

Snip Internet offers fiber internet service to residents in downtown apartment and condo buildings. Snip’s service includes all the fees and taxes that other providers add on later and their service does not have any contracts or data caps. 

Snip Internet has expanded their network across the midwest to Columbus, Milwaukee and Madison. Learn more about Snip Internet and sign up at www.snipinternet.com

May 28, 2020

How to Get Sh*t Done at Home

Some of us here at Snip have the luxury of being able to work from home when there isn’t a global pandemic happening. This makes us experts at working remote, and we realize everyone’s home situation isn’t the same. Check out advice from our team on working from home in different environments. 

We’re sure you’ve seen all the advice floating around right now about creating routines and making a dedicated space. However this advice is somewhat vague and we know how easy it is to get distracted. Here are our basic do’s and don’ts: 

DO create a dedicated work space, DON’T make that dedicated space your bed.

DO dress comfortably, DON’T wear exactly what you slept in. 

DO take breaks to build concentration and focus, DON’T confuse naps for breaks. 

Basically, just don’t fall asleep. As for staying focused and productive…that’s a whole other story. 

Snips VP/Cleveland GM Robin has two boys and a husband who are at the house constantly now due to the shelter in place order. “It is a team effort to ensure the kids know when I am working; not only do I announce this my husband helps to enforce it. We discussed why I would be home during the day and how this is different than the weekends when the word “mom” and requests for “mom” are never ending. I have the luxury of having an office where I can close the door. If you don’t have an office but have small kids at home I suggest setting up your work space in an area where you can close a door. Just like anything else, stick to a routine and plan your schedule for the day.  When I leave my workspace I let the kids know that I am still at work and will let them know when I am done. Routine and enforcement have made this a much easier transition for my family. I am also lucky that my husband can conduct school and assist with school work while I am at work so we are all working during the day. No matter what, set daily goals to ensure you stay productive. Also, celebrate the small wins with your family and coworkers because we are all in this together!”

Our Marketing Specialist Madi has no other humans at home to provide distractions. “Don’t underestimate creating a dedicated work space. I don’t have an office but I set up at the kitchen table by 8:30AM with a cup of coffee. I prefer instrumental music but if you’re going to turn on the TV go for Parks and Rec for the 10th time not Love is Blind. Also remember to treat yo’ self to a homemade lunch or a quick yoga sesh. Taking a break will help keep you focused in the second half of the day when the daydreaming sets in.” 

Snips VP of Infrastructure Greg says “I have been fortunate to be well versed in remote working over the years in various capacities and agree the routine and dedicated workspace are key. Use your collaboration tools for work AND play. For instance we use Slack to collaborate internally, and our ‘random’ channel keeps us sane and in good spirits with all the memes we share. And for all the work from home noob’s:

Rule #1 Don’t be the person who forgets to mute their mic during a company webex when you aren’t the presenter.

Rule #2 Don’t send a text to a co worker who IS presenting and sharing the screen from their personal Macbook. (Don’t ask me how I know…)”

Internet Service Provider Snip Closes $7.75 Million Funding Round

Snip, a Cleveland-based internet service provider specializing in serving apartments, has announced the close of a $7.75 million Series B funding round that will enable its expansion into Milwaukee and Columbus.

Snip was founded in 2016 by Brett Lindsey, who is also president and CEO of fiber-based internet provider Everstream, which is also based in Cleveland.

In the four years since launching, Snip has been building itself up to expand into new markets, which this new capital will support, Lindsey said.

In the Cleveland market, Snip’s client base includes 6,500 units in 25 apartment buildings. Snip’s goal is to grow into 25 apartment buildings in each of its new target markets.

“Throughout the Midwest, the urban revitalization occurring is bringing new residents into downtown areas, driving demand for quality high-speed internet service,” said Snip vice president and general manager Robin Doerschuk in a statement. “People moving downtown expect their internet service to be reliable and fast, which isn’t the case in many properties today.”

Everstream, which is operated independently from Snip, is in the midst of a $250 million expansion of its own, projected to scale that operation to more than 15,000 miles of route fiber with more than 3,000 on-net locations in 12 markets throughout the Midwest by the end of 2020.

The company offers two straightforward, “symmetrical” internet options at speeds of either 100Mbps or 1G at monthly rates of $50 and $75, respectively. Part of its value proposition is offering no contract, installation or hardware fees.

Per a description by the business: Snip’s goal is to not only offer the fastest service and best customer experience available, but to also add considerable value to its real estate partners by delivering higher occupancies, longer retention rates and increased property values.

The Series B round was led by Peppertree Capital Management of Chagrin Falls, with additional support from Limelight Partners, Imperial Court and Weinberg Capital Partners, according to a news release.

“We invest in communications infrastructure that delivers services to customers, disrupting the status quo by outperforming the competition,” said Peppertree co-president Howard Mandel in a statement.

This latest round follows a Series A funding round of $900,000 raised by local angel investors in 2016.

Snip declined to share staff size or revenue.