Lightning fast internet now landing at your house

Firefly Fiber Broadband is operated by Central Virginia Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Central Virginia Electric Cooperative.

Firefly Broadband uses fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) to offer affordable and reliable broadband and Voice-Over-IP (VOIP) services with no hidden fees or surprise charges. Firefly Fiber Broadband delivers the high speed internet connection you need for the prices you want. 

Select from any of our 3 stand-alone internet or VoIP residential telephone service options below, or consider bundling your internet and VoIP services together, and save $5 per month!

Firefly Light 100 Mbps
for $49.99 per month

Offers unlimited data at 100 Mbps upstream & downstream. Managed WiFi, the most reliable in-home wireless service for your devices, is included free!

Firefly Flash 1 Gbps
for $79.99 per month

Enjoy unlimited data up to 1 Gbps upstream & downstream. Managed WiFi, the most reliable in-home wireless service for your devices, is included free!

Firefly Voice
Voice-over IP service
for $34.99 per month

Enjoy unlimited local & long-distance in the Continental US. Add VOIP service to your broadband plan for $29.99/mo.

High Speed Internet in Your Area Soon

Appomattox County Fiber Build Schedule 

Construction of the mainline fiber-optic network in Appomattox County began in August, 2018. Pre-registration signup for fiber drop construction and free installation began in September, 2018.  The first Firefly customers were connected in November, 2018, and new installations are ongoing! 

Appomattox County is served by four substations. Only CVEC members who receive power from the Appomattox substation are included in the build at this time. CVEC members in other parts of the county will be connected over the next five years. 

Click the map for additional details on the Appomattox installation schedule. 

 

Nelson County Fiber Build Schedule

Construction of the mainline fiber-optic network in Nelson County began in November, 2018. Pre-registration signup for fiber drop construction and free installation also began in November, 2018, and is currently open. Connections are expected to begin in late spring, 2019. 

Nelson County is served by five substations. Only members who receive power from the Martins Store substations will be included in the build at this time. CVEC members in other parts of the county will be connected over the next five years.

Click the map for additional details on the Nelson County installation schedule. 

 

Fluvanna County Fiber Build Schedule

Firefly will be landing soon in Fluvanna County, beginning at CVEC’s Zion Crossroads substation. Current construction schedule indicates that installations are likely to begin in fall, 2019. Pre-registration signup for fiber drop construction has not yet been started.

Click the map for additional details on the area served by the Zion Crossroad substation.

 

 

Thank you for your interest in Firefly Fiber Broadband! Many factors can impact construction schedules. CVEC and the Firefly team will provide regular updates as new information becomes available. Please check the site regularly or like us on Facebook for future updates (click here).