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Starry Announces Expansion to Columbus Ohio

– Starry, Inc., a hybrid fiber licensed gigabit wireless
internet service provider, today announced that it is expanding to Columbus, Ohio. Set to launch this summer, Starry’s broadband service provides a competitive, customer-first focused, low-cost, high-quality home broadband option to Columbus residents, meeting an urgent need for affordable broadband choices in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. An
estimated one million Ohioans lack broadband access at home, including nearly 100,000 households in the Columbus metropolitan region.

As part of Starry’s launch into the market, Columbus residents who sign up through Starry’s early-adopter program, Voyager, will be able to lock in lifetime pricing of $25 per month for up to 200 Mbps near-symmetrical broadband service, with no data caps or data overage fees, no long-term-contracts and
access to 24/7 real, human customer support.

Starry was founded on the basic premise that every community should have access to high-quality broadband with great customer service and affordable, transparent pricing. Starry’s innovative fixed wireless technology was designed to dramatically lower the cost and accelerate the speed of deployment of gigabit-quality broadband networks, to create more
competitive broadband service options for consumers.

Starry is currently available in five major metropolitan areas including Boston, New York City, Washington, DC, Denver and Los Angeles. Columbus will be Starry’s sixth market launch, part of an expansion roadmap that
will cover more than 40 million households across the United States.

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