All of us at Alliance Communications hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Our office will close on Thursday, November 23, and will reopen on Monday, November 27. However, our Help Desk is available after hours. Dial 611 from any phone with Alliance service or call (605) 582-6311 from your cell phone.
The state volleyball tournaments, which are taking place in Rapid City from Thursday, Nov. 16, through Saturday, Nov. 18, will air on Alliance Cable TV.
Alliance will be making equipment upgrades in the Brandon area throughout the next few months. These changes will allow us to offer faster Internet speeds in the future.
Unfortunately, this upgrade will disrupt your Internet, cable and phone services. To regain service, you will need to unplug your wireless router, DVRs and set-top boxes from their electrical outlets and then plug them back in. Please call us at 582-6311 if your services don’t resume.
We’re upgrading small sections of Brandon at a time. You will receive a notification call from us when your area will be impacted. We apologize for the service disruption; however, we have some exciting announcements on the horizon.
Flip through the 2017 Winter issue of the Alliance Communications Signal magazine for tips and tricks on live streaming on social media, which could come in handy this holiday season if you have family members scattered across the country. Also check out the rest of the issue to learn how to pick the best Internet plan for your family, who profits from your cable TV bill, reasons to start using Twitter, and how to get your Wi-Fi ready for the holidays. Plus, we’ve compiled a list of some fun websites to check out.
As rising content costs continue forcing cable TV prices higher, you might be interested in trying a new way to watch your favorite television shows. For decades, cable television was the best way to get quality shows geared toward specialized audiences. While cable makes watching TV simple, that convenience comes with a higher price tag. Today, streaming services offer another way to watch TV and often at a lower price.
From cozy holiday movie marathons to a houseful of family and friends (and their devices), your Wi-Fi gets a workout during the holidays. Make sure your Wi-Fi is ready for the holidays with these six tips.