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8:57AM January 03, 2019

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Thank you for reaching out! We wish we could get service to everyone in Tulsa, but the reality is…. there are many factors - economic, geographic and otherwise - that influence where we place residential fiber. For the last decade or so, that has primarily been new construction developments in our service area (Bixby and parts of South Tulsa and parts of Jenks). That said, we started this fiber demand website to see if there were any areas where virtually all the neighbors are in agreement they'd utilize our fiber Internet service if it was available. So while it may take multiple homeowners in your neighborhood to register their interest, we do encourage you to be the first (we think you already have, so thank you)! Please encourage your neighbors to register also. We do watch the maps on this site to see where the interest lies and that does help determine where we consider building fiber. Thank you again.


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9:51PM January 02, 2019

sam jandali Campaign Owner
i live in tulsa around 51st and sheridan. i've been waiting for couple years for you to annoyance any plans for my area but you never did. do you guys actually have any plans to do fiber in midtown tulsa?


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11:45AM October 10, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
We are pleased to announce that fiber construction has begun in the residential area of Peoria, around 161st! You should be seeing work trucks daily. They are not marked BTC Broadband but this work is to bring fiber to your home! Our residential sales reps will be reaching out to those of you who have registered your interest but we ENCOURAGE you to call in or email to place your orders. We anticipate installs will be in the month of November but the sooner you order service the sooner we can get you on the install schedule! Please feel free to call us directly at 918-366-8000 or if you are ready to order and would like a call back, text or email during business hours (M-F, from 9a - 6p) please email us at CSR@mybtc.com.


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1:43AM August 24, 2018

Wade Zickefoose Campaign Owner
This is very exciting news! Thank you for the update!


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11:23AM August 23, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Good morning Mark, Wade and the other residents in the 161 - 171st and Peoria vicinity. We are excited to announce that construction of fiber to your area is set to begin very soon! We have not been notified as to how long the process will take before we can get you signed up for service but know we are working diligently toward that goal! Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions you have as we move forward.


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12:10PM July 13, 2018

mark chumbley Campaign Owner
Thank you very much! I think I speak for everyone in this area when i say thank you so much for the opportunity to have internet brought to our area. We have waited a long time for internet and not only are we going to get internet but the best service providers out there. Thanks again - mark chumbley


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8:43AM June 21, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Good morning again Mark, After talking with our CEO and COO, we are very hopeful we can start this project this summer, however it may be later than the end of this month. We have all resources deployed working as fast as we can and your project is most definitely in the pipeline! You all have been very patient and we are extremely grateful for that. Should there be any more updates regarding this project we will let you know here as soon as they are made available to us!


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2:21PM June 20, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Hi Mark, Thanks for reaching out! Our engineering crew has informed us you all are on the construction schedule for late this quarter but we cannot confirm a start date. We will check with them again and try to narrow it down more for you. We know you all are ready! Thank you.


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2:19PM June 20, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Hi Isaac, Thank you for reaching out! We wish we could get service to you and we never say never. But.... there are many factors - economic, geographic and otherwise - that influence where we place residential fiber. For the last decade or so, that has primarily been new construction developments in our service area. That said, we started this fiber demand website to see if there were any areas that have virtually all the neighbors in agreement they'd use our fiber service if it was available. We've received a ton of responses but, as yet, only one area has registered over 100% of it's residents who want our fiber service. We hope to begin construction to them very soon. So while it may take multiple homeowners near you to register their interest, we do encourage you to be the first! Then encourage your neighbors! We do watch the maps on this site to see where the interest lies and that does help formulate where we consider building fiber (outside of our current service area - which on the residential side must be our priority). Thank you again.


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12:38PM June 20, 2018

mark chumbley Campaign Owner
HI I WOULD LIKE AN UPDATE ON OUR BUILD IF I COULD PLEASE. I HAVE HEARD FROM SOME BUT WOULD LIKE TO SEE IF YOU COULD UPDATE ME ON HERE 161ST PEORIA THANK YOU


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11:01AM June 15, 2018

Isaac Hatcher Campaign Owner
We really need options in West Tulsa... ATT is a joke, and Cox is a thief and upload speeds are a joke. If I campaign all the West Highlands near 71st and 33rd Street... Is it even possible that BTC could build in this area? Or are there other, government/communistic restrictions on where you are allowed to offer service? BTC would be a breath of fresh air for our communities.


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9:27PM April 18, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Hi Scott, There are many factors (economic, geographic and otherwise) that influence where we place residential fiber. For the last decade or so, that has primarily been new construction developments.


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8:59PM April 18, 2018

Scott Henderson Campaign Owner
Will there ever be fiber at the Links Apartments , just down the street from your office?


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10:32AM March 08, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Hello Wade, Our plan is to begin fiber construction in your area next quarter (as in, sometime in the next several months). We will update this site when we have a more definitive date! Thank you!


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8:26PM March 05, 2018

Wade Zickefoose Campaign Owner
Hi BTC, I’m excited to hear how the board meeting regarding 161st and Peoria went!


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1:52PM February 09, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Hi and thank you for reaching out. We are constantly looking at options and do keep Bartlesville residential in mind. We don’t have any immediate plans for your area but….we are looking at technology changes which might make it more practical to overbuild existing neighborhoods and hope to know more in the Spring. So in the meantime, keep encouraging folks to register on this site! And also keep an eye on the “updates” tab (also on this site). Thank you again.


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1:01PM February 09, 2018

John Watson Campaign Owner
I've been campaigning for my neighborhood in Bartlesville, OK. We only have 2 options for high speed internet. AT&T Uverse is horrible in our neighborhood (3Mx768k) and then there's CableOne... Wondering if there is anything else I can do to get the word out or at least a option posted for Future Builds and I would love to campaign to get another provider into my neighborhood and now a bunch who would switch.


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2:00PM January 22, 2018

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Hi Blake, Thanks for registering your interest on this site! And yes, we do know about the Cable company’s recent data cap enforcement and will be responding accordingly. Stay tuned for good news on that subject very, very soon.


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8:43PM January 20, 2018

Blake Barnhouse Campaign Owner
Wade, agree to disagree. While you make a valid point (not any options for high speed internet where you live) the population density I was referring to is very low (limits possible monthly revenue for this company). My neighborhood is serviced by BTC (via DSL) but not by fiber, however across the street is serviced by fiber. Lastly for BTC, it's frustrating to see the billboard that Bixby is the first fiber city in Oklahoma, but where I live (The Park at Southwood) I am surrounded by fiber going to other neighborhoods. Cox recently started enforcing data caps for all customers (pay $10 for each 50 GB over 1 TB), while your most expensive plan does not have those restrictions. Perhaps if you started advertising that to your potential customers, more people would show interest in paying for fiber services.


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9:34AM December 14, 2017

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Thank you Wade! Appreciate your comment. Your area is a great example of neighbors banding together and using this site to let us know that most all of you would like our fiber Internet. In fact, we are working as we speak on the internal processes and timing toward building fiber to you all. Our Customer Service folks will personally be in touch with each of you soon to relay more information!


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10:54PM December 13, 2017

Wade Zickefoose Campaign Owner
Blake Barnhouse, not sure which HOA you are in but almost every nook and cranny of Bixby has access to some form of high speed internet with speeds up to 100mb/s. BTC expanding into my area has been long awaited. For all of us “cattle” our here on Peoria, an att hotspot that is unreliable and at best can maybe pull 20mb/s is our best option for internet. So I would like to say thank you BTC for considering our area to expand into. You will definitely have a happy customer here.


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4:25PM November 20, 2017

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Thank you for reaching out Blake. There are many, many factors (economic and otherwise) that influence where we place fiber (for residential and/or for business service). For the last decade or so, our residential fiber builds have primarily been new construction developments. As far as residential service in Haskell, we were approached by so many people there we are giving it a serious look. We currently provide business service to a good part of the town so our fiber is already there. This website is the best way for us to gauge where the fiber interest is. We encourage you to register your interest and please also feel free to share our Facebook post (from Nov. 8) or the link on our website to your friends and neighbors so they can register their interest and let us know!


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10:04PM November 19, 2017

Blake Barnhouse Campaign Owner
I'm not sure why you are running fiber to Haskell (and 161st and Peoria for that matter) which is like a 15 mile fiber span south of the river when the largest HOA (400+ homes) in Bixby doesn't have fiber in our neighborhood. I guess the cattle need to surf facebook. Not trying to be too snarky, but I'm not sure what the holdup is here. By the time you decide to run fiber we will have gigabit service from the monopoly phone company (Cox).


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4:54PM October 31, 2017

BTC Broadband Campaign Owner
Hi Joy, We were sorry to see you are not in our fiber area. When an address is entered on the main page, it must be entered exactly in that any shortcut may result in an incorrect plotting by Google Maps. Tulsa/BA addresses are sensitive like that! Adding a simple "nd" after your street number plots your home at the correct location on the map (which is not in our service area). In any case, thank you for registering! The more people who register the more we know where the highest fiber interest is.


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3:18PM October 31, 2017

Joy Bruza Campaign Owner
I entered my address and it said that your service was available in my area. However when I click on the Fiber areas tab my area is not included. I hope that if it's not available now it will be soon. 131 street and Elm in Broken Arrow.


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12:49AM October 30, 2017

Saundra Abelar Campaign Owner
When I read your information it seames to me that you get more for your money than you do with Cox Cable. But I don't know if you have larger packages or a lot of smaller ones like Cox Cable does. Or if you have a combination of both large and small package deals. Co x Cable has both,but more of the smaller package deals.