Ceremony held today for TEPA Connect, a subsidiary of Tippah Electric, to get nearly $7 million to provide high speed internet

A Ceremony was held today for TEPA Connect, a subsidiary of Tippah Electric, to get nearly $7 million to provide broadband services to customers.

TEPA Connect is set to get nearly $7 million according to PSC Commissioner Brandon Presley.

From Presley:

TEPA Connect has put out a map previously of the areas that are set to begin getting access to the fiber internet product.

Tippah Electric had previously released the following info:

The Tippah Electric high speed internet option set to roll out in Tippah County, called TEPAConnect, released their pricing and how to pre-register for their services via a release on Friday.

First, here is how to pre-register for internet services:

How do I pre-register for High-Speed Internet service with TEPAconnect?
• Visit www.tippahepa.com, click on in the upper left corner of the
screen.
• Then select the tab marked “Pre-
Registration”. You will then see a Pre-registration card that you will need to print out and fill out completely. You will need to either bring the form to Tippah EPA office and place your Pre-Registration form in the provided drop-off box or mail your form to: TEPAconnect, P.O. Box 389, Ripley, MS 38663.
• You also have the option to come by our office and fill out your Pre-Registration there and place it in the provided drop-off box.

Jon Ross Myers

Jon Ross Myers is the executive editor and publisher of the Mississippi News Network, Mississippi's largest digital only media company. He can be reached at editor@tippahnews.com

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