These competitive broadband providers provide state of the art high-speed broadband telecommunications service throughout large segments of the region:

Cox Communications serves users within the City of Manhattan and surrounding areas.

AT&T serves businesses located in the 1 square mile shared with the City of Manhattan, and a significant part of the high growth area in the SW corner of the county.

Wamego Telecommunications Inc. serves the Highway 24 corridor across almost the entire southern transportation corridor in the county from St. Marys to Manhattan, and beyond. WTC has been providing communication services for over 100 years. Through advanced technology, we continue to launch higher speed broadband services so businesses can grow, schools can leverage educational opportunities, telemedicine can be offered in our rural settings and communities can enhance their economic development. WTC strives to provide the same level of dedication and commitment to the needs of our local communities. We truly believe in being a good corporate citizen in the areas we serve, and giving back is not just a part of our mission, but also a core value of the organization.

Blue Valley Telecommunications Cooperative is an award-winning rural cooperative serves exchanges in and around the communities of Onaga and Westmoreland.

Twin Valley Telephone and Communications serves the rural area in and around Olsburg.

For complete maps, including speeds, visit the Kansas Department of Commerce's Broadband Map:

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