Can I get High Gear DSL Service?
We currently offer DSL to 100% of our Telephone Service Area. We currently offer two speeds and variants of DSL: Mid-Gear DSL (ADSL) 3MB Downstream / 386kbps Upstream, and High Gear DSL (ADSL2+) 6MB Downstream / 512kbps Upstream. To determine whether or not a customer is eligible for High Gear DSL within our territory we will need to see if you are within 6000-8000 feet of a Remote. Even then we do not guarantee speeds, we will work with our customers in ensuring they are getting the speeds they are paying for, as well as obtaining the greatest speeds possible with our service.
How do I signup for High Gear DSL Service?
The absolute best way to do this is to come see us at the Business Office. For those who wish to fax in their application they can download one by clicking here. Please make sure to fill out the application entirely for all information is required.
Is a deposit or any upfront fees needed to signup for High Gear DSL?
Per our Terms of Service:
$100 Activation Fee due at the time of Application.
$100 Equipment Fee due at time of Application.
5.1 Credit History : GTC at its sole discretion will verify credit history based on GTC customer
payment history to determine Activation Fees and Equipment Fees (collectively known as
Installation Charges”) , if any. A Bad Credit History with GTC (defined as any balance brought
forward from previous month’s invoice for past 6 months, or disconnection of any services for
non-payment during the last 12 months), or Customers with no credit History with GTC are
eligible for Services with the following stipulations :
Do I have to sign a contract to obtain High Gear DSL?
A six month minimum commitment is required. If a customer does not fulfill this requirement a $25 early termination fee will apply.
Can I get DSL without having to sign up for phone service?
Yes you can under the rules of NECA Tarriff No. 5.
What speeds do you currently offer for High Gear DSL?
We currently offer two speeds and variants of DSL: Mid-Gear DSL (ADSL) 3MB Downstream / 386kbps Upstream, and High Gear DSL (ADSL2+) 6MB Downstream / 512kbps Upstream
True DSL is not cheap, however we don’t market our customers one price and then 3 months later increase the price and add gotchas. What you see is what you get. If you think of DSL as adding an extra phone line and then not having to pay for Dial-up service it truthfully isn’t much more to pay.