Client Success

Every electric co-op’s broadband journey is unique.

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Over 300 electric co-op clients
across the country
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Over 200,000 miles of fiber designed
for client partners
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More than 50,000 miles of fiber
built each year
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1.1 million

More than 1.1 million rural Americans
connected to world-class fiber broadband

Conexon Success Stories

Each electric cooperative finds its own way.

From the smallest, serving economically distressed communities or areas with just one to two meters per mile, to the largest, serving affluent, high-density communities rich in consumers and business members – there is a story to be told and valuable lessons to learn from the co-ops who have blazed the trail before you.

Conexon partners with electric cooperatives and community organizations at all stages of their fiber broadband journey. From helping to secure funding, to designing and building networks, to providing technical support and more, Conexon fosters the success of its partners. Together, we are working to transform rural America with mile after mile of fiber broadband.

Your success is our success. These are our stories.

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Marketing Partnership Helps Boost Take Rate and Smooth Construction Schedules

RURALBAND partners with Conexon for marketing services to improve brand awareness and member education, increasing take rates by 310% in some areas.

OE Connect logo A fiber cable stretches past the camera near some trees during autumn.

Co-op Brings Reliable Broadband to Rural New York When It is Needed Most

Within just over 3 years, Otsego Electric Cooperative and fiber subsidiary OEConnect closes in on goal of 3,500 subscribers connected

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‘Overwhelming Response’ to Fiber Broadband Services Continues to Grow Over Five Years in Business

Oklahoma Electric Cooperative and fiber subsidiary OEC Fiber bridge the digital divide for Oklahomans and exceed goals by gaining nearly 33,000 fiber subscribers

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Co-op ‘Brings the Light’ to Rural Central Virginians as Fiber Subsidiary Hits 15,000 Members Connected

Central Virginia Electric Cooperative and Firefly Fiber Broadband lead the way with fiber-to-the-home project to every co-op member and beyond

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Over 14,000 Connected and Counting.

Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative and Wave Rural Connect bring high-speed internet to underserved communities.

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Four years of changing lives, building communities

Four years ago, the Pemiscot-Dunklin Electric Cooperative leadership team made a bold decision – improve the lives of the co-op’s members through access to high-speed internet.

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Network to Serve 100% of Its Members Leveraging Conexon As Its Partner. When time is short, stakes are high and you’re about to launch an entirely new business, true partnership boils down to the basics.

East Central Oklahoma Electric Continues the Trend to Build a Fiber-to-the-Home

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Forked Deer Electric Cooperative’s Recently Launched Fiber-to-the-Home Network Is Ushering In a New Era for Rural West Tennessee.

Communities are revitalized, households are connected, and perhaps most telling, “internet exiles” are coming home.

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Re-Energizing Rural Missouri – SEMO Electric’s Fiber-to-the-Home Network

SEMO partners with Conexon to build a FTTH network to serve 100% of its members

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United Electric Cooperative has 7,500 co-op members and, at 2.5 meters per mile, the lowest density of any co-op in the country deploying FTTH.

Its deployment of TV, internet and phone has been highly successful.