Edmonson Voice Report:
South Central Rural Telecommunications Cooperative has announced that they are now serving the city limits of both Brownsville in Edmonson County and Smiths Grove in Warren County. This includes homes and businesses along Highway 101 between Smiths Grove and Brownsville. “These two cities are quickly growing and are very important parts of our region,” said SCRTC Marketing Director Becky Williams. “We are excited to bring the technology to meet these expanding needs”.
Every business and resident inside both city limits and along Highway 101 between the two, can now receive up to one gig of internet speed. According to SCRTC, one gig speed is enough to meet the needs of any large corporation and gives the user instantaneous speed on demand; now, it is also available for residents as well. SCRTC internet is also symmetrical, so both the up speed and the downstream is the same. If you have a large amount of data to transfer to a location, it is the same speed as downloading the information to your device.
Fiber residential packages are available for a variety of SCRTC services. There are packages for internet-only or a mix of SCRTC internet, TV, and phone services. SCRTC TV service offers over 120 channels as well as premium choices. And there are a variety of long-distance packages with each phone receiving extended area service. This means all phone numbers with 270 or 364 area code are considered a local call. A listing of the residential packages can be found here.
SCRTC also meets the needs of businesses with a variety of service offerings. “We know each business is unique and we partner with them to meet needs with our services,” said Williams. A listing of business packages can be found here.
If you live in the Brownsville or Smiths Grove areas and would like more information on SCRTC services, call 270-678-2111 / 877-678-2111 or visit SCRTC.com.