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Mammoth completes alternative fiber Internet route serving Lake and Chaffee counties; CCT as anchor tenant Mammoth Networks has completed deployment of a new middle-mile internet fiber route that will provide redundancy and resiliency for communities in Lake and...read more
Colorado’s premier broadband development conference, Mountain Connect, has named Colorado Central Telecom as 2017 internet Provider of the Year. “Colorado Central Telecom connects unserved and underserved communities in rural Colorado,” CEO Ralph Abrams said. “It’s...read more
LEADVILLE, Colo. Jan. 12, 2017 — Twin Lakes and southern Lake County will see improved broadband service thanks to a grant from the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies’ Broadband Deployment Board. The board announced Jan. 10 that Colorado Central Telecom was...read more
Crestone, Colo. Dec. 8, 2016 — The acquisition of Crestone Telecom by its sister company, Colorado Central Telecom, wasn’t finalized in some anonymous corporate board room. Instead, the meeting took place over pizza and beer at the Bliss Cafe in Crestone....read more
Each summer, the verdant mountain landscape is bedecked with vibrant wildflowers in every color, shape and size. It’s a wonderful sight to...read more
After providing Internet to the Buena Vista area for the past 19 years, Mountain Computer Wizards’ owner Joseph Conrad is heading toward retirement and fulfilling his dream of spending more time on the Arkansas River. Colorado Central Telecom is helping facilitate...read more
With snow melting off high-elevation access roads and bluebird weather returning, it’s time to climb towers. Adding new equipment to Colorado Central Telecom’s towers isn’t a simple task. It takes considerable time and technical expertise to prepare...read more