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Helping Businesses Recover - Free Hosted Voice Upgrade to Take Your Office Anywhere

Baton Rouge, LA – August 19, 2016 – To help support the affected businesses after the recent flooding in our community, EATEL Business is offering a FREE Business Continuity Unified Communications upgrade for current customers and new customers. During this unprecedented time, we understand how critical communication and business continuity is for all businesses and customers. Our goal is to make the recovery process as painless as possible.

Estimated 25% of Customers Experiencing Flooding and/or Power Outages Affecting Service.

EATEL Network Functioning at 99% Service Level.

 

Estimated 25% of Customers Experiencing Flooding and/or Power Outages Affecting Service.


August 16, 2016 –  Understanding how critical communication is for businesses and families during this crisis, we have field and operation technicians actively taking assessments of the area and staging deployments to restore all services once the areas and our customers are safe. As a family owned Business in Ascension parish for over 80 years, EATEL recognizes its role as a leader in the community for Business and Residential Communication services.

EATEL's All-Fiber Network Is Now Available in Houma & Thibodaux

Gonzales, LA – July 8, 2016 EATEL's All-Fiber Network Is Now Available in Houma & Thibodaux. EATEL officially announced today the completion of the 100% fiber optic network connectivity reaching the Houma and Thibodaux markets. The new fiber network is an extension of EATEL Business, bringing faster, more reliable voice, video and data services -- with up to 10 times greater data speed compared to local competitors.

 

Vision Communications Helps Lady of the Sea General Hospital Bring Cardiology Services to Community Doorsteps

Baton Rouge, LA – April 26, 2016 Vision Communications, a division of EATEL, today celebrates their Lady of the Sea General Hospital relationship.  The healthcare organization has selected Vision’s solutions to improve data access and provide rural telemedicine services. 

 

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