Business Internet

The Internet has become as vital to everyday business as electricity and telephone service. Personal Touch Communications, a subsidiary of Cumby Telephone Cooperative, offers a variety of Internet services and resources for your professional applications. Our commitment to quality service and individual satisfaction sets us apart from other Internet Service Providers. You should expect nothing less.

Where your business is large or small, you’ve got to have speed and reliability.  Cumby Telephone Cooperative Internet gives you both plus all of the extras.

Personal Touch offers Digital Subscriber Line (DSL). DSL delivers very fast, digital connections over your existing copper telephone line as well as Fiber where available. The always-on connection means you won’t have to wait for dial-in or have to deal with busy signals. And DSL service doesn’t tie up your phone line. You can still receive telephone calls while surfing the net or retrieving your email.

Ten Mbps through 20 Mbps not available in all areas call to check for eligibility. There is a one time set up fee of $25.00 plus cost of a wireless modem. If you already have a wireless router you may purchase a bridge modem for $35.00 to connect it to.

DSL service is currently available in the Brashear, Cooper, Cumby, Lone Oak, Shirley and Miller Grove areas.  Fiber is available to some in Cooper, Cumby, Brashear and Lone Oak.  Shirley is a fiber only area.  There are distance limitations with DSL service. Call or email the business office. We will test the quality of your line and determine the distance of your computer from the office to see if you are eligible for DSL service.

* 50 Mbps and up is for areas where FIBER is available only.   1 Gig is not available to everyone.

** 5 Mpbs upload DSL is very limited.

For further information about internet services call the InTouch by Cumby Tel office.

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IMPORTANT TIPS FOR ALL COMPUTER USERS

Use a surge protector with line protection to protect the modem and computer components from electrical line fluctuations or lightening.

Use a backup battery, also called an Uninterruptible Power Source or UPS at all times. In the event of power outage the UPS continues to power your computer for a short time so that you may safely shut it down.

If you get a new wireless device and you have a wireless modem/router combo such as Comtrend or Visionnet, your wireless secure code will be located on the bottom of router below the last bar code. On the Comtrend modem/ router that has one antenna it is the last 10 digits of of the 12 letter number combination of the MAC (all letters are lower case.) On the Visionnet the separate sticker that says: WPA key is: use the full 12 letter and number combination all letters will be capitals. If you have a Visionnet with no separate sticker, it will be the Primary Lan MAC, Above the last bar code. On the Comtrend modem/router with two antenas it is the full MAC all caps lock on the letters and all 12 letters and numbers.