Alliance Communications provides Internet, cable TV and telephone services to portions of South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa. As an Alliance customer, you will have access to an elite fiber-to-the-home network. With a fiber network, customers receive their services over optical fiber rather than copper telephone wires or coaxial cable. Connecting homes directly to fiber optics give you more bandwidth capacity. We hope you enjoy your services.
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Alliance’s new internet packages offer more speed to help give you a better experience as you add more connected devices into your home. “During the past year, customers’ internet usage patterns changed drastically,” said General Manager/CEO Ross Petrick. “As people add more connected devices such as security cameras, smart speakers, and smart appliances, they need […]
Internet parental controls put control back in your hands. Go ahead and relax. Ultimate Whole Home Wi-Fi comes with Experience IQ parental controls and content restrictions. You can create profiles for family members and manage their screen time, online content and more with the My Alliance Wi-Fi App. What can you do with parental controls […]
Stop viruses, phishing, malware and more with Ultimate Whole Home Wi-Fi and its new Protect IQ feature. Ultimate Whole Home Wi-Fi actively detects and blocks malicious websites, viruses, advanced threats and more using Protect IQ. You don’t need to manage any hardware or software. Simple! Since hackers are getting more sophisticated at gaining access to […]
Alliance Communications is bringing gig internet services to rural Lincoln and Turner Counties. This week Alliance received a grant from the State of South Dakota for $2.4 million that it will use to expand its fiber-optic network to these under-served areas. The total project will cost approximately $6,060,000. Once the project is complete, 468 households […]
Where should you place your Wi-Fi router? To enjoy the best online experience, your router needs to be able to send out a strong signal to your wireless devices, wherever you are in your home. In general, the signal gets weaker the farther you are from your Wi-Fi router. If possible, you should place the […]