The Power of Choice

October 30th, 2012

An election is all about choices. Do you want Candidate A or Candidate B? Are you for Proposition 19 or against it? Will Judge John Doe be retained in office or not? To make an election worthwhile, one needs to have alternatives from which to choose. Democracy wouldn’t get very far if there were only […]

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Broadband and Cord Cutting

October 23rd, 2012

As parents, we watch our kids grow up but we don’t notice the big changes in their appearance or stature because we see them every day. Only when seeing someone after a long absence do we really see the striking changes that have occurred. The same is true for technology. Week to week and month […]

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“This was not a tough decision”

October 22nd, 2012

My UTOPIA experience has also been terrific. I have no idea why every household wouldn’t want to take advantage of this. Our home, like many, has come to rely on fast, reliable Internet service. We were subscribers to the “Comcast triple play” for our Internet, phone, and TV (with 2 DVRs) for approximately $255 per […]

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A savings of $145 a month!

October 19th, 2012

I have had UTOPIA for almost two months now. My installers were great, my salesman, Don, was AMAZING. It upsets me to see all the dissing going on in the papers and the news. This is the future, people! My dad says satellite is going to be the way to go, but have you ever […]

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When Will UTOPIA be in ______ ?

October 18th, 2012

UTOPIA has its critics (which shouldn’t be a newsflash for anyone), but the most common question we still get is, “When will UTOPIA be in my area?” We love this enthusiasm for our network and the desire so many have to get connected to our fiber optic network. People see the need for this sort […]

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UTOPIA Solves Video Conferencing Need for American Red Cross

October 17th, 2012

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. From blood drives to disaster relief, the American Red Cross is one of the most visible, recognizable, and respected organizations in the nation. Managing those functions and coordinating responses and […]

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Managing Expectations

October 12th, 2012

I love movies, and since I was a kid I’ve been a big fan of the James Bond franchise. But, I didn’t find great enjoyment from Die Another Day, Pierce Brosnan’s last Bond flick. It was too preposterous, too absurd. So far, it’s the only Bond film I’ve seen only once. Must have something to […]

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The Right Fit

October 5th, 2012

In 2008, I purchased a pair of shoes on-line. I had been coveting a pair for a couple years, as the style was very elegant, and I could definitely use them in my “wardrobe.” When the shoes arrived, I realize that the sizing was off. I ordered the same size I always wore, but for […]

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