Tag Archive: broadband

Alpine’s Fiber-to-the-Home Expansion Benefits Rural Guttenberg, Elgin, and McGregor Residents

June 14, 2019

Alpine Communications is excited to announce another phase in creating connected customers through fiber broadband.  More than 140 residents who reside in a select region south of Guttenberg, Iowa and stretching beyond Millville, Iowa will receive Alpine’s 100% fiber-optic Fusion Network by the end of 2019.  The announcement of this construction project rounds out a year of fiber-to-the-home expansion for Alpine Communications. Two additional fiber construction projects are occurring in the Canoe Road neighborhood in Elgin, Iowa, and parts of...

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On 99 County Tour, Alpine Communications Attracts Attention of Senator Grassley

May 14, 2019

When we say we believe connected communities become thriving communities, sometimes the best opportunities are to connect with the well-connected. Recently, Alpine Communications was happy to have the chance to share the good work we’re doing with someone of influence: United States Senator Charles Grassley. When the United States Senate is not in session, Senator Grassley visits all 99 counties in Iowa to keep in touch with issues that matter to his fellow Iowans. Clayton County was the 17th county...

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Josh Funk – Faces of the Brand

February 19, 2019

Do you know how to react when you encounter a mamma grizzly bear and her two cubs deep in the forest with nowhere to escape?  Just ask Josh Funk, Alpine’s broadband tech. He would advise you to relax, set up your tripod and camera, and begin taking the photos of a lifetime – as he experienced while vacationing in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. By day, Josh has been helping customers connect with technology for nearly 10 years as one of...

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How Connected Are You?

January 16, 2019

When you’re connected, you’re better able to become a part of the community. Staying informed about local happenings is easier. Volunteering your time or serving as a community leader more naturally fall into place. This is one of the many reasons we believe that connected communities become thriving communities. When you personally are connected, you are automatically part of it. We live in rural America where, I’d argue, connection is more important here than ever. Connections help keep us living...

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How we build thriving communities with our project planning

July 16, 2018

  Where can we have the biggest impact? How can we serve the most people? What can we do to minimize the impact of construction? These are just a few of the things we ask ourselves – and our community — when planning for our construction projects. It’s a community-first mindset to the work we need to do. We’re proud to do something that is very unique among communication providers: we heavily involve our community members and let them tell...

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