Hello Loveland Neighbor,
By now, you know about Loveland Pulse and you’re excited to receive service on our 100% fiber-optic, community-owned internet and voice service network.
If you live in a rental unit, or an owned-property under the umbrella of an HOA, we need your help to bring service to your home.
In order to serve you, we need permission from your building’s owner, property management agency, HOA, Condominium Association, Metro District Manager, or other organization that has the ability to sign legal documents on behalf of your address. In order to complete fiber-design work and access your residence, we need a legal document called a “right of entry agreement,” or “access agreement.”
Please use the tools below to help move this process forward.
(1) Complete the Access Agreement contact form so we can reach out to the person or organization who can sign the agreement
(2) We’ve created a DRAFT of a letter that you can send to the person or organization who can sign the agreement to let them know about benefits of Pulse, your interest in receiving service from us, and the necessary next-steps they must take in order for you to be able to enjoy our offerings. (You can copy and paste the letter as-is, or you can include/exclude information in the letter as you see fit)
Please note: Completion of this form does not constitute an access agreement, or contract with Loveland Pulse.
By sharing information with us, you are allowing us to attempt to contact the landlord, company, or organization that is able to sign an access agreement on behalf of your property. We are unable to start your account or move forward with your sign up request until an executed access agreement is on file for your address.