Q: What is Access fiber?
A: Access fiber is a new service by Taylor Electric. The membership has expressed a need for fast, affordable and reliable internet and we hope to be able to deliver this with Access fiber.
Q: What is fiber internet?
A: Fiber internet uses fiber optic cables to send information over small, flexible strands of glass that transmit light. This allows data to be sent and received much faster than traditional cable internet. Fiber is also more reliable and has less congestion issues.
Q: Why is Taylor Electric offering internet?
A: We wanted to offer our members a new service and fulfill a need for better internet in our service area. Many of our members don’t have access to a quality internet connection. If they do, it’s very expensive and unreliable.
Q: When will fiber be available in my area?
A: In the coming months, a pilot project will launch to members in certain areas of Taylor county. After the pilot is complete, service will be offered in phases to the surrounding areas as interest is generated and the infrastructure is built. Let us know if you are interested in having Access fiber at your home or business by filling out this form.
Q: How much will it cost?
A: We will offer 100 Megabits per second (Mbps) of speed for $39.95 a month to members. There will no installation fee, equipment rental fee or data cap.
Q: Will the internet make my electric bill higher?
A: The internet side of Taylor EC has no impact on your bill, rate or electrical service.
Q: How is all this going to work?
A: Taylor Electric will provide all of the installation, billing and customer service for Access fiber. You will have the convenience of one bill, one local number to call and the same great customer service.
Q: How do I get on the interest list for fiber internet?
A: You can put your address on the interest list by filling out this form.
"This additional offering is another reason it’s great to be a member of Taylor Electric. One bill, two fantastic products. One local number to call. Same great customer experience.”