FREDONIA, AZ – January 16, 2017 – South Central Communications (SCC) is hosting a kickoff event on January 23, 2017 from 6:00-7:30 at Fredonia Elementary School to mark the beginning of their Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) project.

The kickoff event will offer community members a chance to connect with South Central employees and learn more about FTTH timeline and process.  We will have Install Techs, equipment, and Construction crews ready to answer any questions you may have as well as Customer Service representatives on site to put your service orders in.  Hot dogs, chips and beverages will also be provided.  Each customer in attendance will be entered into the drawing for prizes, with the grand prize of one year FREE of 1 GIG of Internet. Dinner will start at 6:00 PM with the presentation to start at 6:30.

With Fiber from SCC, Internet users can enjoy reliable Internet speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second, no data caps, little to no maintenance, no glitches or buffering, secure voice and data transmissions, increased home value of $5,437 which is roughly equivalent to adding a fireplace or half a bathroom (based on a study by the FTTH Council in 2015), future-proofed technology and more.

Sign up at the kickoff and save $300! Don’t wait – There is no-charge for connection services now while we’re in your area. Once we’ve moved on to the next phase, we’ll have to charge you to remobilize our crews, trucks and equipment to get you connected.

To learn more about the Fredonia FTTH project or SCC’s Internet speeds, you can visit our friendly staff in the Kanab office, call (888) 826-4211or go online to

South Central Communications is South Central Utah’s and Northern Arizona’s fastest provider of Internet service. Offering speeds as fast as 50 Mbps in most areas, South Central Communications delivers Internet services to residential customers as well as commercial customers. South Central Communications also offers telephone, cable and television entrainment services. South Central Communications’ Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP) project will offer Internet at speeds of 1 Gbps (1000 Mbps), which is 200 times faster than average Internet providers.