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What does a fiber network mean to you?
With fiber Internet you can get up to 1 Gig (1,000 Mbps) in download speeds and 250 Mbps in upload speeds. Stream videos, music, download files, upload photos, and more at a speed everyone in your home will enjoy. Choose your speed package when you sign up for service. Sign up by entering your address on the right.
The perfect TV package. From your favorite channels to premium movie packages (view channel guide here), HD, whole home DVR, and FREE Watch TV Everywhere Twin Lakes has you covered. Learn more about our packages and pricing when you enter your address on the right and click 'Search for my Address'.
With the calling features you need and your choice of a basic or unlimited package, your home can get the perfect solution. Features include voicemail, call waiting, caller ID, and more! Sign up for service to learn more, enter your address on the right.
These are zones (communities) where Twin Lakes fiber service is now available or is under construction.
These are zones (communities) where we are taking interest from community members. Please preregister, on the right, to help your area get fiber sooner. Thank you for your patience while we work hard to bring fiber service to your community.
11:47am February 6, 2018
This past December, Volunteer Energy Cooperative (VEC) launched a broadband high speed internet pilot in Bradley County. Partnering with Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative, we began offering families in the Camelot subdivision and the Bigsby Creek Road area of Bradley County broadband at 25 Mbps, 250 Mbps and 1,000 Mbps speeds through fiber to the home. This includes dedicated bandwidths so the speed will not fluctuate like with other companies. We also offered TV and Telephone combo packages with internet depending on what the homeowner preferred.
VEC | Twin Lakes installed the first internet package at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hollifield in the Camelot subdivision. The installation day went smoothly and the installers finished on time. I spoke with Mrs. Hollifield after she had service for a month. “We had no problem with the installers. They were on time and friendly. We chose the 25 Mbps because we do not download much but it works well. We haven’t had it quit once since we got it.” Reliable, on time, and friendly are all good descriptions of VEC and Twin Lakes.
VEC is preparing to expand the pilot area as early as June 2018. We are looking at expansion to the Van Davis and No Pone areas just off highway 60. This area may include parts of Old Georgetown road and part of Paradise lane. The expansion is dependent upon the interest shown from those areas. If you live in that part of Bradley County please go to www.VEC-TwinLakes.com and sign up, tell your neighbors to sign up as well. This will give us a clear indication of which area to go next.
Even if you do not live in those areas but you are a member of VEC, you can show your interest in fiber to the home internet service. Go to www.VEC-TwinLakes.com and get signed up. It will indicate that you are not in an area we are currently servicing, but that is OK. Signing up will increase the likelihood of your area receiving broadband in the future.
Caption: First Broadband Installation. From left to
right: Volunteer Energy Cooperative’s
Jeremy White, Mary Hollifield, Charles Hollifield, VEC’s Chuck Dake and Twin
Lakes’ Tom Jolley.
3:22pm January 2, 2018
It has been an exciting year for fiber and broadband across the country. And we are pleased to to share that VEC Fiber | Twin Lakes has been Voted Newsmaker #8 by the Cleveland Daily Banner, for the fiber pilot project that has started in Bradley County.
4:00pm November 20, 2017
Twin Lakes — powered by VEC fiber — is delivering a whole new Internet experience with speeds up to 1 Gig (1,000 Mbps). Did you know that 1 Gig is 100 times faster than you can access today? But fiber is not just about the Internet. It is about delivering a connection to your home or business that will allow you to have a better experience connecting to all of the advanced communications solutions available. Over fiber you can connect to reliable voice solutions, robust TV services, broadband speeds up to 1 Gig (1,000 Mbps), security and smart control systems, and so much more.
A fiber network is more reliable than other networks as it is less prone to interference and complications from lightning and other natural elements. Since fiber is made of glass, it will not conduct electricity, making it safer and less prone to disruptive power surges, unlike previous technologies. A state-of-the-art fiber network will offer ultra-fast Internet, advancements to our communities, accelerating improvement in quality of life, economic potential and educational opportunities. On our blazing fast and ultra-reliable network, you and your family can work, play, stream, and shop without frustration.
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