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.
With the incoming spring storm, icing on powerlines could cause some areas to lose electricity. If a power outage disrupts your Alliance services, your phone, Internet and cable services should return automatically once electricity is restored. But if they don’t, you should unplug your set-top boxes, DVRs, and routers, wait for a few minutes, and then plug them back in.
Just as a reminder if you lose power, your Optical Network Terminal will start using its backup battery (if you chose to have one installed) for a few hours. When your ONT is using its backup battery, it will only support phone service and 911 access over a corded phone. Remember that cordless phones need electricity to function.
Call our office at 605-582-6311 or 1-800-701-4980 if you need help restoring your services following a power outage.
On Monday, April 1, Alliance Communications will be working on basic cable equipment in the communities of Larchwood, Inwood, Hudson and Alcester.
Customers who have basic cable TV may experience a few outages throughout the day, and each disruption may last about 10 minutes. We apologize for the disruptions. If you have additional questions, you can contact us by dialing 611 from any phone with Alliance service, or call (605) 582-6311 from your cell phone.
The No. 6-seeded Jackrabbits will play No. 2 seed Oregon Friday in Portland, Oregon. The game will be broadcast on ESPN2, which is HD channel 324 and basic cable channel 28. The game is scheduled to start at 10 pm central.
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.
Coverage of South Dakota’s State High School Basketball Tournaments will be available on Alliance Cable TV. The Girls State B Tournaments start Thursday, March 7, while the remaining boys and girls tournaments begin Thursday, March 14.