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"2010 Phased build-out completed, months ahead of schedule, bringing 100% fiber optic access to all of Lafayette."
MDUs are variable. There is a form you can ask landlord or MDU manager to approve: »lusfiber.com/images/stories/lus% ··· 3-11.pdf
As for which MDUs allow LUS to offer fiber based services, that is harder to determine. I found some single family homes and rooms for rent that have LUS fiber services. Some college student MDUs have it. Basically you will have to contact each apartment manager of the properties you are interested in living in and ask what is allowed.
From what I have read the service overall is very good. The internet portion is said to be excellent. The television portion has some limitations, type of DVRs, compared to DirecTVs latest HR34 Whole House DVR. The phone portion works.
Now if you really want some serious internet speeds and have lots of money check out Chattanooga TN EPB Fiber »epbfi.com/
. 1,000 Mbps = 1Gbps for $360/month.
The big advantage I see with LUS internet is that if you are using LUS internet and you are uploading or downloading to another user who uses LUS internet, you are automatically running at 100Mbps. This occurs no matter what the speed tier you signed up for. LUS came to the conclusion that it was pointless to speed restrict customers within the LUS network. If you go off the network to download from Chicago you go back to your speed tier. The unrestricted in network operation was seen as a way to build a technological community benefit. Very similar in concept to Google's Gigabit project in Kansas City, KS.