Omni Fiber seems to definitely be worth the cost. First of all, that cost is actually one of the lowest of all the providers we’ve reviewed—at the very least, it’s certainly competitive. Second, the provider seems to genuinely care about providing excellent local service to its customers. Overall, Omni Fiber is one of the highest-value providers we reviewed.
Since Omni Fiber is (obviously) a fiber service, installation may be a bit more complicated than for other service types. Basically, if your home isn’t already wired for fiber, Omni will have to take care of that before setting up your service. This can involve some degree of construction, so definitely discuss with the service representative.
That said, installation is free. There are also no equipment charges and no data caps, so the price you see is the price you'll pay.
Something else to keep in mind is that Omni Fiber offers discounts to active military, veterans, first responders, and teachers. If that’s you (or a family member), you may be eligible for a one-time $50 credit. Make sure to ask for it!
Canceling Omni Fiber service is simple. Just contact Customer Service. Since there are no contracts, all you’re responsible for is returning rented equipment. Typically you can either drop it off at a service center or mail it in.