The Minnesota Telecom Alliance announced that they received 158 scholarship applications from across the state and two winning students are from Gardonville!
Gardonville has been approved by the FCC as a provider for the Emergency Broadband Benefit program and Lifeline and Telephone Assistance programs to help lower the cost of internet, landline or wireless telephone services.
Capital credit checks were mailed to co-op members on April 8, 2021. Two separate retirements were mailed out: 100% of unretired patronage dollars of $150 or less to inactive membership accounts and 15% of the remaining of 2000 patronage dollars earned.
Go green with paperless statements and save $5!
Gardonville, along with other telecommunications companies in west central Minnesota were inundated by fiber-optic cable cuts caused by gophers.