Diversified Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Wabash Telephone Coop, Inc.
Wabash Telephone Coop, Inc. (WTCI) operates as a telephone cooperative that provides basic phone services to members in South Central Illinois. The company, through its subsidiary Wabash Independent Networks, provides EnCommand TV services throughout WTCI exchanges in South Central Illinois, as well as areas outside the exchanges. It also offers cable television services in Flora and Noble, Illinois. The company provides local telephone, long distance, personal 800 numbers, calling features, and troubleshooting telephone services, as well as business and residential packages; and broadband and Internet services. The company was founded in 1952 and is based in Louisville, Illinois.
210 South Church
P.O. Box 299
Louisville, IL 62858
Founded in 1952
Key Executives for Wabash Telephone Coop, Inc.
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