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McDonough Telephone Cooperative. Bill Buchanan, President/CEO [email protected] McDonough Telephone. Incorporated in 1951 Rural Cooperative serving rural communities in a six county area. Western Illinois - Colchester 4000 active members 11 Board of Directors 30 Employees.

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mcdonough telephone
McDonough Telephone
  • Incorporated in 1951
  • Rural Cooperative serving rural communities in a six county area.
  • Western Illinois - Colchester
  • 4000 active members
  • 11 Board of Directors
  • 30 Employees
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McDonough Telephone
  • Digital Switching installed in the mid 1980’s
  • Internet Service Provider in 1995
  • 100% Broadband Availability in 2002
  • IPTV Service introduced in 2004
  • FTTH Deployment in 2007
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FTTH
  • Non-Traditional Approach (farms first)
  • Density of approx. 2 homes per mile
  • GPON Technology
  • Connecting to additional carriers for backhaul purposes and additional redundancy
why ftth for us
Why FTTH for us?
  • We believe the future of our revenues will be application driven
  • Cooperative principles (#7 concern for community)
  • Competitive positioning
  • Bandwidth Demand on existing services
  • Economics ?
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