Alliance Communications Blog

How do wired speeds compare to WiFi?

Posted on Monday Jun 27th

Posted in News, Internet

A wireless router provides a convenient way to get online, but it’s not the fastest or most reliable way to connect. If you have one of Alliance’s fastest Internet plans, a router’s WiFi connection might not be able to keep up.

Construction starts on new fiber-optic network in rural Rock County

Posted on Wednesday Apr 20th

Posted in News, Cable TV, Internet, Telephone

Construction of Alliance Communications’ fiber-optic network in rural Rock County began in April and is expected to take six months, depending on weather conditions. Crews will begin in the Jasper and Beaver Creek areas and will expand to the rest of the county throughout 2016. The total project will cover 555 miles.

Following network construction, rural Rock County residents will have access to cutting-edge technology that isn’t even available in some of America’s largest cities.

How do wired speeds compare to WiFi?

Posted on Monday Jun 27th

Posted in News, Internet

A wireless router provides a convenient way to get online, but it’s not the fastest or most reliable way to connect. If you have one of Alliance’s fastest Internet plans, a router’s WiFi connection might not be able to keep up.

Jay Rozeboom Complex receives Keep the Change grant

Posted on Friday May 13th

Posted in News, Telephone

The West Lyon School District received a $2,500 Keep the Change grant to help make improvements to the Jay Rozeboom Complex. The total project, which is estimated to cost $495,000, will include new stadium seating, concrete, a press box and a building for concessions, restrooms and storage.

Construction starts on new fiber-optic network in rural Rock County

Posted on Wednesday Apr 20th

Posted in News, Cable TV, Internet, Telephone

Construction of Alliance Communications’ fiber-optic network in rural Rock County began in April and is expected to take six months, depending on weather conditions. Crews will begin in the Jasper and Beaver Creek areas and will expand to the rest of the county throughout 2016. The total project will cover 555 miles.

Following network construction, rural Rock County residents will have access to cutting-edge technology that isn’t even available in some of America’s largest cities.

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