Although the law is changing – we are not.  

We can’t speak for what other profit-driven corporate telecommunications providers may do, but we have been ‘net neutral’ and will stay that way because it’s the right thing to do for our customers.  We have no intention of making changes to our service.

The term “net neutrality” refers to a policy that would prevent internet providers from interfering with selective forms of internet traffic through blocking or slowing down certain services or websites.

There’s a lot of conflicting information about how the regulations and the FCC changes to the rules will affect broadband, but we would like to set the record straight for NCTC customers. Our No. 1 concern has been and will always be delivering to you the best online experience possible. We do not throttle, prioritize or block any legal internet traffic and have no plans to do so in the future. Essentially, we are keeping our members’ connections net neutral.

Regardless of how the FCC’s net neutrality policy may change, NCTC will fight to keep your connection net neutral because it’s the right thing to do.  We are confident that by doing the right thing, NCTC and our members will come out ahead. 

Some experts would have us believe that the removal of net neutrality rules is a threat to the internet as we know it. But here at NCTC, we’re going to keep your internet service open and free as you enjoy it today — and will work hard to make it even better tomorrow.


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