Celebrating in Downsville

The 17th annual Downsville Day took place on Saturday, August 26th and although rain was
present, it did not dampen the spirits of those that came out to celebrate Downsville!

West Wisconsin Telcom welcomed visitors with several displays of interactive technology to envision their home taking advantage of our Fiber TV, Smart Home Wi-Fi, and home monitoring services. We also had Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa set up where people could ask questions and play games. We encouraged everyone to step up to our kiosk and sign up to win their own Amazon Alexa.

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Fiber is good for you…

Fiber is good for your home too!

Fiber Internet, TV and Voice services from 24-7 & West Wisconsin Telcom are delivered via a state-of-the-art fiber optic network. Being connected to this type of network can add more than $5,400 to your home’s value according to a 2015 article in Computer World magazine.=

As the article notes, that increase in value is the same as adding a new fireplace…without the construction mess! If you’re a homeowner, simply being a 24-7 & West Wisconsin Telcom fiber optic customer adds a boost to your family’s bottom line while providing blazing fast Internet.

Renters love fiber too!

If you own rental properties, fiber is also good for your investment’s bottom line. According to a study by the Fiber-to-the-Home Council, renters are willing to pay $80 more on a $1,000 monthly rent for a fiber connection. The study also found a fiber connection is a more important amenity than a pool, 24-hour security, covered parking or gym access.

For more information on the benefits of our fiber network, please call us at 715-231-2000.

Let’s Connect: Spuhler Auto

Spuhler Auto Repair started in 2003 servicing all makes and models of cars, trucks, medium duty trucks and small to medium RVs. In addition to service work, the company sells quality used cars, trucks, SUVs and Lees-ure Lite motorcycle tent trailers. Spuhler Auto Repair takes pride in providing honest, affordable service and is located just 10 minutes north of Eau Claire in Elk Mound.

Keeping up with technology has been an important part of the company’s success. Owner, Ken Spuhler, said he relies on a shop management system to better track repairs, order parts, and locate service information. After moving his company into its current location, Spuhler said he now has five employees who each have their own computer. The shop management system and each member of this team depend on reliable fiber Internet.

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