MIDTEL’s proposed fiber project will meet and comply with the NOFA non-discrimination and network interconnection policies.
Non-discrimination – MIDTEL will meet or exceed the requirements set forth by the FCC's Internet Policy Statement, FCC 05-151, adopted August 5, 2005 regarding non-discrimination and actively encourages broadband deployment and the preservation and promotion of the open and interconnected nature of the public Internet.
Interconnection – MIDTEL’s middle mile service offering will be high-capacity, point-to-point private line transport services. MIDTEL will not manage or limit the content of communications traffic transiting MIDTEL's network, except to the extent necessary to maintain reliable service. MIDTEL’s network management practices will not involve preferential routing of traffic on the basis of content or provider. MIDTEL will utilize neutral traffic routing, and will enable connections to other carriers and to the public Internet. MIDTEL will display its network management policies in a prominent location on its Web page, and will provide notice to customers of changes to these policies.
MIDTEL will continue to interconnect with other carriers to exchange traffic at our primary POP locations and possibly other network nodes, where feasible. MIDTEL will negotiate with bona fide requesting parties to interconnect on negotiated, commercially-reasonable terms and conditions.
The Middleburgh Telephone Company is a proud member of the New York State Telecommunications Association
MIDTEL Wins Additional $6.8M With Second Rural Broadband Grant Award
MIDTEL has received a second grant award of $6.8M from the New NY Broadband Grant Program. This grant will bring fiber optic based broadband services with up to 1Gbps in speed to nearly 1600 additional homes and businesses in the towns of Blenheim, Broome, Carlisle, Cobleskill, Conesville, Fulton, Gilboa, Jefferson, Middleburgh, Richmondville, Schoharie, Summit and Wright. Combined with MIDTEL’s private investment, this project totals $8.5M in infrastructure improvements. In total between MIDTEL’s two grant projects, over $15.5M will be invested in fiber optic infrastructure in Schoharie County.
MIDTEL will be upgrading our email servers starting at 10:00 p.m. on March 14, 2017. This upgrade will help us continue to provide the great service you havecome to expect, while enabling us to offer the most up-to-date capabilities.
Area Code Overlay Approved for the New York 518 Area Code
To ensure a continuing supply of telephone numbers, the new 838 area code will be added to the area served by 518. This is known as an area code overlay. Get ready to change the way you dial your calls made within the 518 area code!
MIDTEL was recently awarded a $5.5M grant under the New NY Broadband Grant Program. The grant will bring fiber optic based broadband services with up to 1Gbps in speed to 1650 homes and businesses in the towns of Blenheim, Broome, Conesville, Fulton, Gilboa, and Rensselaerville.
Eliminate the worries of wiring... When you add the Wire Maintenance Plan to your CABLE TV service you just pay a small monthly fee of $2.00 and if anything should happen to your inside wiring, we'll fix it fast, without a service charge. To take advantage of this offer you can download our form online or contact one of our customer service representatives.
90 Days of Free WiFi
Attention MIDTEL DSL Internet Customers
Add WiFi to your High Speed DSL Internet service today and receive 90 days of WiFi for FREE. No setup fees!
WiFi service $3.95/month after 90 day promo. 6 month commitment required. Certain restrictions may apply.
For details, contact one of our customer service representatives at 518-827-5211