CRANBERRY TWP — Comcast will offer business internet and phone service to addresses in Cranberry Township in Butler County and in Marshall and Pine townships in Allegheny County following the completion of its construction along the Route 19 corridor.
According to the company, this addition means Comcast will offer the services to more than 2,400 businesses.
“We are excited to be part of these communities and look forward to serving businesses along this portion of the growing Route 19 corridor,” Michael Parker, Comcast’s senior vice president in the region, said in a news release Wednesday.
The business additionally has a partnership with Cranberry Township, in which Comcast will provide community signage and ongoing sponsorship opportunities.
Comcast’s expansion into Butler County is part of an ongoing effort to enter into other internet providers’ territories, as it has done in Pittsburgh and other areas in the state.
It was not immediately clear if the company would offer residential internet or phone services in Cranberry in the future.