Alliance Communications Blog

Network changes to temporarily disrupt services in portions of Howard, Carthage, Oldham and Ramona

Posted on Monday Mar 18th

Posted in News

On Tuesday, March 19, through Thursday, March 21, Alliance will be making network changes in isolated areas of Howard, Carthage, Oldham and Ramona that will allow us to offer even faster Internet speeds in the future. Unfortunately, these changes will temporarily disrupt Internet, cable and phone services in those isolated areas.

Alliance will give you prior notification when we’re ready to start working in your area. You will receive a phone call to the number you have on record with us. Your services could be down for as little as 15 minutes or for as long as 2-3 hours, but the disruption will only occur one time at your home or business. To restore your services, unplug your wireless router, DVRs and set-top boxes from their electrical outlets and then plug them back in.

Watch for your capital credits payout this April

Posted on Sunday Mar 17th

Posted in News

Every cooperative customer is an owner of Alliance Communications. One benefit of being a member-owner is receiving capital credits payouts. If revenues exceed the costs of doing business, Alliance gives money back to its customers in the form of capital credits checks.

Your favorite shows have a new home with Philo

Posted on Thursday Mar 14th

Posted in News, Internet

Watch your favorite shows on HGTV, AMC, Comedy Central and more for just $16/month on Philo, an online streaming service. No credit card needed to start. Alliance recently formed a partnership with Philo. Start your free trial in 10 seconds with just a phone number.

How to resume services following a power outage

Posted on Saturday Dec 1st

Posted in News, Cable TV, Internet, Telephone

This weekend’s winter weather will likely cause some power outages. For those who are Alliance customers, your Alliance services should automatically resume when electricity returns. If they don’t, try unplugging your wireless router and cable TV DVR/set-top boxes and plugging them back in. If your Alliance services still don’t resume, call for additional assistance by dialing 611 from any Alliance phone or 582-6311 from your cell phone.

Alliance retired $2.29 million to those who were customers in 2006 and 2016

Posted on Monday Apr 23rd

Posted in News, Cable TV, Internet, Telephone

What other Internet, cable or phone provider gives you money back?

Alliance provides at-cost services to its members, while investor-owned companies operate to maximize profits for their shareholders. Simply by subscribing to services from Alliance, you’re assigned capital credits for earnings Alliance experiences above the cost of doing business.

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