Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

May 9, 2014

ETC will upgrade broadband network


The Batesville Herald-Tribune

---- — Enhanced Telecommunications Corp. leaders are pleased to announce that significant investments will be made to its broadband network in the city limits of Batesville, Oldenburg and Morris. "Consumers in these areas will see greatly improved speeds and quality of their Internet service beginning this summer," said marketing manager Anita Fledderman.

ETC understands that area consumer demand for additional bandwidth is growing exponentially. Both residential and business consumers require dependable, high-quality broadband to connect multiple communication and entertainment devices.

Chad Miles, president and CEO, said, “We are pleased to answer the call for increased broadband speeds so our customers can fully experience all the benefits broadband offers – in data, entertainment and communication.”

ETC’s upgrades will occur in phases with minimal interruption in existing service. Representatives will keep customers and communities well informed throughout the transition. Regular updates will be available at www.etczone.com.

ETC has been the leading telecommunications provider in southeastern Indiana for over 80 years, delivering advanced communications, information and entertainment services through premier technologies, services and support. Through the years, ETC has expanded its portfolio of services to now include phone, video, broadband, mobile, Web, security, medical alert and more.

The corporation employs nearly 90 individuals and has offices in Batesville, Sunman, Greensburg and Brookville. Services are provided to over 10,000 customers spanning Ripley, Franklin, Dearborn, Decatur and Union counties. ETC’s 4G LTE Wireless Broadband spans the counties of Ripley, Decatur, Jefferson, Jennings, Ohio, Scott and Switzerland.