About the Colorado
Founded in 1963, the Colorado Telecommunications Association represents the telephone companies, vendors and service providers that connect many of the Centennial State's most vibrant farming, ranching and mountain communities.
CTA's Bylaws today provide that its Mission is:
"To promote the availability of resources and enhance the opportunity of its members to provide the most advanced and highest quality communications networks and services to customers in rural Colorado and link residents of the state to the global network."
Over the years, CTA has grown and expanded its membership. There are three categories of membership.
Category One Companies are providers of local exchange service, including voice, video and data.
Category Two Companies may be inter-exchange carriers, wireless providers, information services providers or competitive local exchange providers.
Category Three Companies are vendors and suppliers of goods and services to the telecommunications industry.
CTA's Category One members have state-of-the-art high-speed, multiuse networks. Many of CTA's member companies provide fiber-to-the-home networks.
CTA's members are dedicated to providing the highest quality communications services available at affordable prices for all their customers in rural Colorado.
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