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It’s your last chance for fi rst phase fi ber op c service. Thousands of your friends and neighbors have already signed up. But you have waited un l now. And now your window of opportunity has nearly closed.


Time is running out for coopera ve members who can’t wait to enjoy the speed of fi ber op c technology in their homes but haven’t yet taken advantage of early bird installa on fee from BOLT Fiber Op c Services.


A friendly reminder for homeowners included in the ini al phase of deployment? The only way to guarantee you’ll be included in the fi rst phase – and pay only $100 for installa on – is to act now.


Roy Green, Business Development Supervisor for BOLT, says response has been overwhelming. However, he stressed the importance of being included in the fi rst pass-through. Those who don’t respond during the early sign-up period may not have another opportunity for service un l all other phases have been completed – which may be years down the road.


“We are urging poten al customers to take advantage of the early sign-up,” said Green. “Because once we deploy, it may take an extended period of  me before any new sign-ups are connected. It will not be as simple as ‘come out and install.’ We will be moving too fast. This really is the last chance for you to par cipate.”


Green explained that while BOLT is engineering enough capacity for everyone, construc on is limited to only those who sign up for services.


Added Green: “Should those who don’t sign up ini ally become interested at a later date, installa on fees will increase since we will have


deadlines Window of opportunity for early sign-ups almost closed


to send out a crew to build one line. Depending on loca on, fees will be a minimum of $250 to do that work. That’s why it is important to sign up before construc on crews begin building your phase.”


Green said the early bird fee is a “win-win” for both homeowners and BOLT.


“It gives the homeowner a great price and value, and it allows us to gauge areas of focused interest throughout our coverage map.”


Construc on of a fi ber op c backbone began last summer and con nues to progress steadily here in northeast Oklahoma. BOLT Fiber Op c Services, is bringing fi ber-op c technology to northeast Oklahoma over a three-year period, deploying 3,200 miles of fi ber that will make services available to over 32,000 rural residences and businesses. Services off ered include Internet (up to 1 gigabit) and the highest quality HD television. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone service will be available through a third party provider. Package op ons can be selected that best suit your needs.


Signing up is easy. Just call 1-800-256-6405, ext. 2 and speak to a friendly BOLT customer service representa ve to fi nd out which phase you are in and/or pay the installa on fee over the phone. Payment can also be made in person at either the Vinita or Grove offi ces or be mailed to: Northeast Rural Services, P.O. Box 399, Vinita, OK 74301.


If you have addi onal ques ons, call or email info@bol iber.com. You can also follow BOLT on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/BOLT- Fiber-Op c-Services.


DON’T BE LEFT OUT


Deadlines are fast approaching! Youth Tour


Essay Topic: “My Life Without Electricity” Due: March 13, 2015


Energy Camp


Essay Topic: “My Life Without Electricity” Deadline: March 20, 2015


$1,000 Scholarship Deadline: March 20, 2015


Visit www.neelectric.com for informa on and applica ons. Or, call our Youth Programs Coordinator, Clint Branham, at 800-256-6405 x 9340.


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