Cincinnati Bell is invested and committed to serving the Dayton community. We are focused on keeping our customers connected by building our future-proof fiber network throughout the Dayton community.
373,703 sessions over free public Wi-Fi networks since launch
47,652 registered users on the free public Wi-Fi networks since launch
Dayton Success Stories
UniCity will provide a state-of-the-art, fiber-enabled Wi-Fi network at the following City of Kettering locations that attract thousands of visitors every year: Fraze Pavilion, which will feature 24 access points at its entertainment venues, including a 4,300-seat amphitheater; Kettering Recreation Complex, which will feature 20 access points throughout the 152,000 sq. ft. facility; and Delco Park, which will have 9 access points across the complex.
Montgomery County Digital Initiative
Cincinnati Bell, Montgomery County, Greater Dayton Premier Management, and CareSource brought high-speed Wi-Fi to five affordable housing communities. This will provide approximately 800 Chromebooks and more than 1,400 residents with connectivity that is critical to access jobs, educational opportunities, and health-care resources.
Free Public Wi-Fi
Partnering with communities to enable growth, development and innovation by investing in Wi-Fi infrastructure to provide free high-speed in major public areas like Oregon District, UD Arena, Levitt Pavilion, City of Fairborn, Dayton Arcade Rotunda, Dayton Dragon Stadium and more.
Oregon District Light Up
Donated $100,000 in fiber infrastructure, Wi-Fi and equipment for the Oregon District.
Dayton Boys and Girls Club
In support of the Dayton Boys and Girls Club vision to build a 21st Century Club for the residents of Dayton’s West End, Cincinnati Bell donated $40,000 in technology upgrades and services in 2020. Additionally, Cincinnati Bell employees volunteered to serve Thanksgiving Dinner, developed an art contest for kids, and donated $1,500 towards lunch for the kids at the club.
Donated $2,500 to their annual Sugarplum Festival of Trees campaign.
Dayton In a Decade
Donated $25,000 to sponsor Mayor Whaley’s Dayton leadership workshop.
Ronald McDonald House
Donated $5,000 annually for the Phone Bank Radiothon Fundraiser.
Gem City Shine
Donated $20,000 in fiber Infrastructure and Wi-Fi and 200+ volunteer hours for the event.
Sponsored the concert benefit that raised money for Dayton- area restaurants and music professionals during the pandemic.
Raised $76,000 for tornado victims through a partnership with Old North Dayton Business Association, American Red Cross and Fox 19 Now. 1,000+ volunteer hours for tornado cleanup.
Donated $20,000 to be the presenting sponsor for Wright State University’s 22nd annual ArtsGala.
Donated $25,000 to support the First Four NCAA tournament that provides basketball tickets to Veterans.