24-7 Telcom is bringing Fiber to the Home (FTTH) to the community of Irvington!
We’ve been busy expanding our fiber network to homes and businesses on both sides of the Red Cedar River in the Irvington area. With Fiber to the Home installed and connected, customers will have reliable Fiber Internet, TV and Voice with Internet speeds up to 1 Gig (1,000 Mbps).
Irvington is joining our growing list of the Smart Rural Communities we serve:
and the West side of Eau Claire.
We are a small local company with a big vision – to develop and maintain a fiber optic network that connects rural communities from the ground up!
Green Bay Packer season is here! Local Law Enforcement and 24-7 & West Wisconsin Telcom have a new deck of 2018 Packers Trading cards to give away. These special Green Bay Packer Player trading cards include pictures of 20 different Packers players and Coach McCarthy. On the reverse side, the cards have crime prevention tips that were provided by grade school students from Clay Lamberton Elementary School, Berlin, Wisconsin.
The football card program is designed to make it easier for young people to become acquainted with our local law enforcement in a fun way. Though the program is mainly intended for school children, the cards are for Packers fans of any age. The Menomonie, Altoona, Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Boyceville and Colfax Police Departments along with the Dunn, Chippewa, Eau Claire and Pepin County Sheriff Offices will distribute trading cards during the NFL football season.
Feel free to stop at your local Police, Sheriff Departments or 24-7 & West Wisconsin Telcom stores to get your Green Bay Packer cards.
October is National Cooperative Month and to celebrate, seven local “co-ops” are joining forces to provide a free community breakfast on Saturday, October 27th at Dunn Energy Cooperative in Menomonie. This cooperative breakfast has been an annual event for more than 20 years.
Royal Credit Union, Dunn Energy, Countryside Cooperative, Synergy, WESTconsin Credit Union, Menomonie Food Coop and West Wisconsin Telcom are all working together to sponsor this free event. Together these 7 local cooperatives serve 26 counties in Wisconsin.
The concept of working together to serve their communities is one of the seven principles guiding all cooperatives. These seven principles are shared by cooperatives located throughout the United States.