Workshops to explain the benefits and features of the wireless broadband service.
Valley Communications Association Inc. (VCA)
VCA will host two workshops to explain the benefits and features of the wireless broadband service, which is being rolled out in Pahrump.
VCA managers and technicians will be present to answer questions and explain how consumers can take full advantage of the 25 MB broadband once their homes or businesses are connected. For more information on getting connected, to view the equipment and to talk to one of the many members of the Valley VEEK Squad please join us at one of the meetings.
Tuesday, April 12 and Thursday, April 14, 2016
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
April 12 at Nevada Treasures RV Resort
April 14 at the Nugget
So far, nearly 4,000 VEA member-owners have signed up for high-speed broadband, an unprecedented demand for service. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we work to get all homes and businesses connected in a timely manner.
MEDIA: Media is welcome to attend and interviews can be arranged upon request.
About Valley Communications Association, LLC
Valley Communications Association, LLC (VCA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Valley Electric Association, Inc. (VEA), a rural electric cooperative serving Pahrump and other service territories in Southern Nevada. VCA is building Nevada’s first fiber-to-the-home network, completing in 2017, that will make internet speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second accessible by everyone in VEA’s service areas. The fiber optic service will integrate seamlessly with VEA’s current high-speed fixed wireless service which will be available to all VEA members starting early April.
Contact: Robert Kennedy, MassMedia
(702) 433-4331, (616) 322-8665