Press and Media Releases
Red River Communications launched its new Customer Loyalty Program today. The new program aims to put members in full control over the communications services they want while simplifying the process.
Red River Communications Named Certified Gig-Capable Provider by NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association
Red River Communications was today recognized by NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association, the premier association representing nearly 900 independent, community-based telecommunications companies that are leading innovation in rural and small-town America, as a Certified Gig-Capable Provider for delivering gigabit broadband speeds and enabling technological innovation!
We are happy to report that a mutually agreeable deal with AMC Networks was reached over the weekend. We sincerely appreciate our members’ patience as we worked through this matter. Your support was crucial during negotiations.
We are currently in discussions with AMC Networks to renew our contract for their networks, such as AMC and WE tv. AMC is demanding a rate increase of more than 350% over what our members currently pay to receive these channels. They are also demanding that we launch...
Hankinson, ND – Red River Communications is bringing state-of-the-art digital TV service to Hankinson in October.
The new digital TV service is possible due to the continued investment into our communities. The launch of this service marks the completion of a long-awaited fiber optic network upgrade in the city of Hankinson.
Abercrombie, ND – Finding a good book is about to get easier for some rural residents in Richland County. The city of Abercrombie is about to get its first Little Free Library giving people in the community easier access to reading material.
The Abercrombie Little Free Library’s grand opening is Thursday, August 27th at 3pm located at 510 Broadway in Abercrombie, North Dakota.
Abercrombie, ND – Red River Communications has officially launched its FiberFAST™ internet service, with speeds up to 1 gigabit per second. This represents a speed increase of nearly 650x over the previously offered speeds.
The launch of gigabit internet service corresponds with a continued build out of the Red River Fiber Network™, which spans Richland County in North Dakota and Clay and Wilkin Counties in Minnesota. Nearly 3000 miles of fiber cable have been deployed in the past 10 years to make this type of network a reality.