Close to Finishing Construction in Escalante, Half of Customers Now Installed Kanab, Utah – South Central Communications (SCC) has been making significant progress on the state-of-the-art Fiber network in Escalante. This new 100% fiber optic network will provide exponentially greater bandwidth to every home, business, school, library and government building in Escalante. Construction crews
Kanab residents will see construction winding down as South Central Communications (SCC) completes the final phase of it’s fiber-to-the-home construction project. With Kanab’s construction coming to an end, residents no longer may order “conduit only” as an option. Going forward fiber will now be connected from the street to your home in one efficient step,
South Central Communications (SCC) is announcing that it’s high-speed (fiber optic) network has finally arrived in Page. Slow internet connections are now a thing of the past with new speeds up to 1GB making Page an official “GIG City”! What can Page residents expect with their new 1GB high speed Internet? According to Michael East,
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
Another rural communications cooperative is upgrading its current system to a Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) network. South Central Communications (SCC), is in the process of deploying fiber to all of its 23 member communities in Utah and the few it serves just across the Arizonia border. The cooperative started as South Central Utah Telephone Association in 1953.
South Central Communications (SCC) is making a major investment in a state-of-the-art communications network that will provide a 100 percent fiber optic connection to every home, business, school, library, and government building in Kanab. When asked about the decision to invest in a fiber network, SCC President and CEO Michael East said, “We are making