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Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) Delivers New Programming


TBN Networks' channel, JUCE TV, VolcanoVision channel 47, is changing to POSITIV TV and is scheduled to launch during the week of January 27, 2020. This rebrand brings a change in their programming. The new channel will showcase great, wholesome movies that inspire and uplift. 

How Much Bandwidth Do You Need?

Understanding Internet Data Speeds




We know it can be difficult for some households to choose the right package for their Internet service. Without enough bandwidth there may not be enough speed to power all of the devices being used in the home, while choosing a package with too much speed means paying for services you don’t need.

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Your Landline Phone

Why It's So Important

When traditional services go out due to power outages to your home or business, as long as the phone lines themselves are not down, your copper-wired phone will work when the lights are out, provided the instrument used does not require power itself. Keeping a standard, corded phone available can be a lifeline simply by hooking it up to a phone jack. For businesses, this may be the line that supports your fax machine. Click here for more reasons you should keep your landline.


Score Big With TV Service From VolcanoVision

With Football season here, it's time to gear up and catch the action of your favorite teams by tuning in to some of the best sports networks that VolcanoVision delivers to your TV and mobile devices.

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What Our Customers Are Saying...


“Hi, I just wanted to say how impressed we are with Volcano during all these outages. I'm sure there are some that have lost connectivity, but with our generator, we have had phone and internet throughout. Since we both work from home, this has allowed to continue working through this stressful time.” 
  - Deborah, Pioneer

The service technician was great and here on time. The installation was timely. Our streaming is really good"

“Our Wi-Fi is working better than ever—throughout the house and even in the apartment above the garage.” 
   - Debra, Pine Grove

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Caller ID Spoofing On The Rise

 Don't Get Fooled

Caller ID is a very helpful way to see who’s calling on your home phone or your smart phone. There’s a new problem causing frustration and worry: Caller ID spoofing.
Caller ID spoofing happens when the caller ID information on your phone is not the real number – the person calling is using a different number to get you to answer their call. Click here to learn more about what you can do if you think you've been "spoofed".

Our Hotspots Are Waiting For You

Please Visit Them!

You will find our Hotspots quietly waiting for you in various locations of Amador City, Fiddletown, Ione, Kirkwood, Martell, Pine Grove, Pioneer, Plymouth, Volcano, and even in Calaveras County!

For your convenience, we have prepared a flyer with locations that you can print and take with you while you're on the go.

Whether you are a Volcano Internet Provider subscriber or just visiting, we want to help you get connected. Click here for step-by-step instructions.