From the frontier days of AOL to Google becoming a verb, the internet has undergone some drastic changes in the last few decades. When the internet first became available in homes, the only option was dial-up. Nobody could be on the phone when you tried to get online. Then, you had to listen to a thousand pops, whines, and screeches while your computer struggled to connect. And remember how you had to stop what you were doing and sign off anytime someone needed to use the phone? It was infuriating… and slow. Can you imagine trying to watch Netflix on that thing? Impossible.
OEC Fiber announced today that it surpassed 20,000 subscribers online. Achieving this milestone in such a short period of time speaks to OEC Fiber’s tireless dedication to improve their subscriber’s quality of life through the safe delivery of fairly priced high-speed internet, TV and phone
It has been three years since OEC Fiber broke ground on a project many believed to be impossible. The area was too vast and the cost too high. There was no way to bring high-speed internet to rural Oklahoma. Then again, they said the same
OEC Fiber announced today it has surpassed 10,000 subscribers online in just over a year of offering services to the public. This milestone demonstrates OEC Fiber’s commitment to serving Oklahomans with the most reliable high-speed internet, TV and phone services possible, all at a fair
It’s been a few months since we last published an update about OEC Fiber TV. Back in October, we announced our plans, features, channel lineups and pricing. Until now, everything was “coming soon”. We are excited to announce we will be launching OEC Fiber TV
OEC Fiber dubbed the City of Noble an official “Gig City” as elected officials celebrated, including Congressman Tom Cole, Oklahoma Secretary of Digital Transformation and Administration, David Ostrowe, Senator Mary Boren and Representative Jacob Rosecrants. “I know a lot of people talk and advertise they’re