OTELCO has received funding from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) Broadband Accessibility Fund (ABAF) to build Fiber to the Premise to Morgan City. The grant provides $619,500 to augment an OTELCO investment of $1,150,500 that will deliver Fiber to the Premise (FTTP) to approximately 1,650 locations that are currently receiving speeds that do not meet the FCC standard of 25/3. The new technology provided by OTELCO will deliver speeds of 100… Read more »
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OTELCO has received an $81,250 grant from the ConnectME Authority. This grant is a key piece in addition to $162,500 in OTELCO investment and $81,250 in Penobscot County TIF funds to build Fiber to the Premise (FTTP) to the unorganized territory of Argyle. OTELCO estimates the project will be completed by the end of the year, providing speeds of 100/100, 300/300 and 1Gbps/1Gbps to residents of Argyle. The new network will service 134 locations in… Read more »
OTELCO has completed 2 network upgrade projects in its Shoreham service area. In the Singing Cedars area of Orwell, the company upgraded the connection to its remote with fiber optic cable. The ‘remote’ is the junction point that distributes the Internet signal to the individual homes in the vicinity. This upgrade ensures that the signal is the fastest possible when distributed to the homes served by that remote. Subscribers served by what OTELCO calls the… Read more »
The Arab Tribune recently featured an article about OTELCO’s $5 million Alabama investment. Click the image below to access the full article.
Planning Grant is Awarded to Kick Off Additional FTTP Project in Argyle Township July 10, 2019 – OTELCO, a telecommunications provider servicing areas of Alabama, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, Vermont and West Virginia, announced today that it has won a $260,000 ConnectME Authority grant that will allow the company to complete a high-speed fiber optic broadband network to unserved residents of Alton, Maine. OTELCO applied for the ConnectME grant following a March 30 Town… Read more »