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!!!! Notice to Our Clients: Client Service Changes in Response to COVID-19 as of 3-20-2020  !!!! 

Low Income Student Assistance Program For Internet Access In Response To COVID-19

 

As a goodwill gesture to our community, Volcano Telephone, Internet and Vision will be offering, at no charge to qualifying families, internet service for students within our company services areas for students in Amador and Calaveras counties. This is a temporary program currently set to expire in 60 days. The program is intended for students attending public and private schools, students K-12, community college, and college.

To qualify, eligible students meeting the low-income requirements as established by the California Public Utilities Commission California Lifeline Program, will be notified by their schools of the availability of the program. Click here for a copy of the program outlines Volcano has delivered to our local schools.

Volcano Is Participating In The Federal Communications Commisssion "Keep America Connected Pledge"

We're Here For You

Volcano Internet Wi-Fi Hotspots are currently FREE for the general public. Click here for more details and a listing of all our Hotspot locations.

Pine Grove Business Office Closed To Walk-In Traffic

How We Are Responding To The Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In accordance with State and Federal guidances, and in an effort to reduce the spread of the disease, we are not accepting walk-in traffic at our Pine Grove business office until further notice.

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What To Do About Those Unwanted Landline Phone Calls

Here Are Some Tips...

Fake travel offers, sham investment opportunities, “registration” requests for supposed prizes, and phony vehicle warranty extensions. These are all examples of calls you may receive that come from scammers. Scam calls are often generated by “Robocallers” – automated calling systems. This problem is on the rise due to:

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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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Reasons To Keep Your Landline

Reasons To Keep Your Landline

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.

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