Press Release

Bixby, OK – June 23, 2016 – BTC Broadband is undergoing a major fiber optic expansion, broadening its commercial service area to even more communities within Green Country. The growth areas span from Bixby to the South, into Glenpool, Mounds, Kiefer, Kellyville, Twin Hills schools and Morris, and to the North into Collinsville, including coverage to Collinsville schools.   Additionally, BTC Broadband and Totah Communications are undertaking a joint build on a new fiber route from Bartlesville to Tulsa.  All this coming on the heels of BTC Broadband’s recent residential success making Bixby the first “Gigabit City” in Oklahoma.

“This is a significant investment and in line with our ongoing strategic goals to bring the highest quality of Internet and telecommunications services to the businesses in these areas”, says Scott Floyd, President, BTC Broadband.  “We are committed to helping businesses with their growing need for improved and secure connectivity and believe this expansion will show our commitment to be an enduring part of these communities.  I look forward to reaching out to community leaders and to be able to work with them on their economic impact.”

CEO Bob Rozell adds, “Fiber is an enabler.  Bringing fiber optic technology to businesses both north and south of Bixby has the potential to stimulate huge economic growth throughout Green Country.  We are proud to have led this charge in the city of Bixby and look forward to helping do the same in these other communities.”

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Mark Gailey, President and GM of Totah Communications said, “BTC and Totah have worked on successful joint projects in the past. This one is also a win win for both companies. It will allow us to extend some of our services more reliably to our friends and neighbors who have wanted our services for a number of years.”

Interested businesses may contact BTC Broadband at 918-366-8000 for information on all their products and services.

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