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An exciting opportunity is developing for homes and businesses in the central Missouri area through Callabyte Technology, LLC. This company is being brought to you by the trusted electricity provider, Callaway Electric Cooperative. In September 2015, Callabyte began offering broadband and other IP (Internet Protocol) services to the local community.

The company kicked off with a pilot project offering 'fiber to the premise' in the Stonehaven Subdivision near Fulton, MO. The pilot was a success, and in March, 2016 a second project on the south end of Fulton in the Southwind Subdivision began followed by starting down Route C towards Hams Prairie. From there, additional project areas have been added. This includes project areas for 2017 and the ability for you to help determine where we will build in 2018. View our map of service zones, call us at 573-826-2371, visit our comment page or email with any questions.

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Zones In-Service & Scheduled

Areas where service is currently available or scheduled for build this year.



Zones Coming soon! Pre-registration is going on now.

Pre-register now to help meet the goal and move your area up on the construction list.


About Callabyte Technology

Callabyte Technology, LLC is part of the trusted electricity provider, Callaway Electric Cooperative. Owned by the Cooperative's service company, Callabyte Technology is a for profit, tax paying limited liability company that offers advanced communications services to un- and underserved areas of the surrounding communities. Callaway Electric Cooperative is constructing a fiber-to-the-home broadband network to improve the electrical distribution system's operation and efficiency. Along the way, Callabyte is offering advanced communications to reach a need for improved access to rural residents.

Basic Residential Internet

Callabyte's fiber to the home internet service is fast, reliable and affordable. The basic package includes speeds up to 100 Mbps up and down with unlimited data. Pricing is based on a 2-year commitment. Pay an additional monthly fee for flexible service with no commitment. 

Starts at

$65.00


Advanced Residential Internet

The advanced package includes speeds up to 500 Mbps up and down with unlimited data. Pricing is based on a 2-year commitment. Pay an additional monthly fee for flexible service with no commitment. 

Starts at

$75.00


Ultra Residential Internet

The ultra package includes speeds up to 1 Gbps (1,000 Mbps) up and down with unlimited data. Pricing is based on a 2-year commitment. Pay an additional monthly fee for flexible service with no commitment.

Starts at

$95.00


Local Plus Video

Callabyte video offers the greatest variety of channels in high definition and fiber to the home technology brings improved reliability - with minimal risk of connection loss during storms. The Local Plus package includes all your favorite broadcast networks and more.  Includes over 30 channels! View our Channel Line Up here.

Starts at

$33.95


Complete Video

All the Local Plus channels, along with your favorites — most in HD.  More than 85 channels! View our Channel Line Up here.

Starts at

$64.95


Advanced Video

Local Plus, Complete, plus music, sports and more.  120+ channels! View our Channel Line Up here.

Starts at

$78.95


Ultra Video with all Premium Movie Channels

A TV-lover’s dream. Everything you could possibly want to watch.  More than 155 channels! View our Channel Line Up here.

Starts at

$131.95


Variety Pack

AXS TV
HD NET Movies
MGM HD
IndiePlex HD
RetroPlex HD
UP
MTV Live

Starts at

$5.95


Sports Extra

Big Ten Network
Big Ten Network Alternate
ESPN Bases Loaded
ESPN Goal Line
Fox College Sports Atlantic
Fox College Sports Central
Fox College Sports Pacific
MAV TV
Outdoor Channel
PAC 12
Pursuit Channel
Sportsman Channel
TVG2
World Fishing Network

Starts at

$4.95


Team Sports

*Must have Advanced or Ultra to subscribe to this package
Big Ten Network
Big Ten Network Alternate
ESPN Bases Loaded
ESPN Goal Line
Fox College Sports Atlantic
Fox College Sports Central
Fox College Sports Pacific
NFL RedZone (seasonal)
PAC 12

Starts at

$3.95


Outdoor Sports

For the avid hunter/fisherman
MAV TV
Outdoor Channel
Pursuit Channel
Sportsman Channel
World Fishing Network
TVG2

Starts at

$2.95


Unlimited Residential Local and Long Distance (1st Line)

Crystal-clear calls over your fiber network! Unlimited calling includes the entire United States, Canada, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Guam. International calling plans are available.

Standard residential calling features include three-way calling, number ID, call forwarding, call waiting and voice mail. Additional available services include caller name, SimRing, distinctive ring, vFax, call return and remote access to call forwarding. Digital telephone provided by Big River Telephone

Starts at

$39.95


Unlimited Residential Local and Long Distance (Each Additional Line)

Add additional phone lines for $25 each.

Starts at

$25.00


Business Internet

Business internet packages are available.  Start by entering your address to see your options. Some small businesses will qualify for residential rates. Please call 573-826-2371 or email our office for details. 

Starts at

$150.00


Business Video Packages

All the video packages, movie channels and HD extras listed above are available to most businesses at the same pricing as residential. Business prices will vary for restaurants, bars, hotels and other hospitality businesses.


Business Phone

We can handle your business phone needs as well. A business line with unlimited local and long distance is $49.95 per month. Additional lines can be added for $35 each per month. Digital telephone provided by Big River Telephone.

Starts at

$49.95


About this Campaign

An exciting opportunity is developing for homes and businesses in the central Missouri area through Callabyte Technology, LLC. This company is being brought to you by the trusted electricity provider, Callaway Electric Cooperative. In September 2015, Callabyte began offering broadband and other IP (Internet Protocol) services to the local community.

The company kicked off with a pilot project offering 'fiber to the premise' in the Stonehaven Subdivision near Fulton, MO. The pilot was a success, and in March, 2016 a second project on the south end of Fulton in the Southwind Subdivision began followed by starting down Route C towards Hams Prairie. From there, additional project areas have been added. This includes project areas for 2017 and the ability for you to help determine where we will build in 2018. View our map of service zones, call us at 573-826-2371, visit our comment page or email with any questions.

Privacy Policy and Terms of Service


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Stream your favorite programs with watchTVEverywhere

9:37am September 27, 2017

With Callabyte's video packages, brought to you by Co-Mo Connect, you have the option to stream your favorite programming with watchTVEverywhere. This is a FREE service available to our TV subscribers. It includes live TV as well as full episodes of current TV shows within days of their premiere. You can also catch up on the entire season or previous seasons of your favorite shows. This service is available anywhere you receive an Internet signal and can be viewed on a PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone or Android device. Programs vary by network and data roaming charges may apply.

To sign up for this service, see your TV Set Up Guide that was provided to you at the time of your service installation. If you don't have the guide, feel free to contact our office for your registration account number. You will also need the correct spelling of the last name on your account. Once you have this information, visit www.watchTVEverywhere.com. Select Co-Mo Connect from the provider drop down menu and click on "Register". You will be asked to provide an email address, password and password reset question. Once you have completed the registration screen, click on Register to create your account. An email will be sent to you with an activation link. Click on the link to complete the registration process. Be sure to keep your username and password confidential. Use of your credentials by others will result in loss of watchTVEverywhere privileges.

For any questions or issues with registration, please contact our 24/7 Technical Support at 573-826-2371.

Here are the networks available with the Callabyte Advanced Video Package:

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The path to bringing fiber - a behind the scenes look

1:25pm September 8, 2017

As published in the September, 2017 issue of Callaway Electric Cooperative News

Fiber Installation

More than 80 years ago, local residents came together to create what we know as Callaway Electric Cooperative. Callaway’s distribution system was not built overnight. It was built during the course of many years with hard work and dedication.

The Callabyte fiber project is not all that much different. We are using our existing electric facilities to bring you high speed internet, phone service and television. While we may be using our existing assets, there is plenty of work to be done.

As Callabyte continues work in zone four and seven of the project, we would like to take you behind the scenes to see the work that goes with bringing you this life-changing technology.

Walk Out/Make Ready - Walk out is just as it sounds. Crews walk out lines checking to see if the existing facilities are able to handle fiber. Sometimes this process takes place over rugged terrain and in hard-to-reach areas. During the walk outs, pole issues are noted. In some cases, clearance could be an issue. Repairs have to be made before fiber is attached to the poles, which is where make ready comes in. Electric crews go back to prepare poles for fiber cable.

Design/Approval  - While crews are performing walk outs and make ready is being done, engineering design is created back at the office. At this point, we aim to efficiently design a system that will serve the area we are working in. During this stage, material needs are identified and the job is sent to the project supervisor for approval. This may seem like a quick process, but sometimes it can hit a snag.

“Highway clearance, digging issues and permitting are all things to take into consideration,” said Brent Long, Callaway Electric’s Manager of Operations.

Main Line Build/Fiber Drop/In-Home Install - Crews have been hard at work up to this point. The design is in place and approval has been made. Now, the main line is built to the service area. During main line construction, a steel strand is attached to the pole. Once the strand is in place, crews go back to lash the fiber. While this is taking place, electronics are being installed at the hut or location of fiber infrastructure, strategically placed throughout the fiber service area.

After the main line is constructed and all mainline splicing is completed, fiber drops are made. This is where a drop crew takes over. Drops take the fiber from the main line to the home. After the drop is made, the crew will install a box on the outside of your home. Just because you see a box on the side of your home, does not mean you are ready for service.

Splicing still needs to take place and a light reading needs to be performed. The light reading is a way to detect if the fiber design has worked.

What if we receive a bad light reading? It could be a hiccup in the design or perhaps the fiber is just kinked. Those issues have to be worked out before service can be installed.

After the light reading is conducted, someone from our customer service team will contact you to set up an in-home installation.

While this may all seem very easy, it is not. Designing such a system takes many hours of preparation and hard work.

“There are a lot of variables that could change that time line,” said Clint Smith, Manager of Administration for Callaway Electric. “Weather, supplies, contractor availability. This is an incredibly complex project with lots of moving parts. Luckily, we have very smart, hard working employees who work as efficiently as possible.”

"The mission we have to provide safe, reliable and quality electric service at the lowest cost consistent with sound business practices rings true for fiber services as well. We would like to thank the membership for your support as we do our best to bring you the same quality of service and affordable pricing you have grown to expect from your electric cooperative," said Smith.

I missed the signup, what should I do? - It is important to make sure you respond before your area’s deadline. Missing a deadline could result in a lengthy line extension that may require a per foot charge. Missing the signup means we would have to send a crew back to your location to build service. To keep up-to-date with Callabyte details, visit callabyte.com and be sure to like our Callabyte facebook page.

September marks the second anniversary of Callabyte. In that time we have had over 1,500 signups and built more than 300 miles of main line fiber.

“We are witnessing the power of cooperative membership through Callabyte. It is humbling to see the passion and support of members from around our service area for the project and it’s a great feeling to be a part of bringing this monumental need to the community. We have heard from many members and surrounding communities of their need for broadband and appreciation of the efforts. I commend the board of directors for their vision for the future of the local communities and representation of the best interest of the membership,” said Thomas W. Howard, CEO/General Manager of Callaway Electric Cooperative.

Our fiber to the home internet project is bringing possibilities! Stop in July 18 to find out more!

3:08pm July 3, 2017

As published in the July, 2017 issue of Callaway Electric Cooperative News

Callabyte is nearing the 2-year anniversary of breaking ground on our pilot fiber project of Stonehaven Subdivision, located just north of the Callaway Electric Cooperative office in Fulton. A lot has happened in those two short years and we would like to invite you in for a celebration.

On July 18 from 1-6 p.m. we are planning an open house of Callabyte at the Callaway Electric Cooperative office in Fulton. On this day we invite the Callaway Electric membership and surrounding community folks to come in and learn more about what Callabyte is and what we have to offer. At the event we'll have prize drawings, a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the Callaway Chamber Ambassadors and an opportunity to get questions answered about service as well as opportunities to try our gigabit internet and video service on site. One of the biggest draws of the day will be a one day only special on the installation fee. If folks in the early phases did not sign up during our initial offer period, they can call or come in on July 18 for a reduced installation fee of $100.

In just two short years, Callabyte Technology has grown from providing service to homes in the Stonehaven Subdivision to now having over 1,100 homes and businesses committed to service and more than half of those lit up and currently receiving fiber to the home internet service. Several customers are also enjoying crystal clear Voice over Internet Protocol Phone Service along with High Definition Video. The VoIP and Video packages are offered by Callabyte, but not required. Customers can sign up for fiber internet at $65/month for the basic 100 Mbps up and down with unlimited data package and no other services are required.

Callabyte Technology is brought to you by Callaway Electric Cooperative through our wholly owned subsidiary, Callaway Electric Service Company, L.L.C. It is a for profit, tax paying limited liability company that offers advanced communications services to un- and under-served areas of the surrounding communities. Callaway Electric Cooperative is constructing a fiber to the home broadband network to improve the electrical distribution system’s operation and efficiency. Along the way, Callabyte is offering advanced communications to reach a need for improved access to rural residents.
Callaway Electric Cooperative has been the local, trusted electricity provider for more than 81 years to the Callaway and southern Montgomery County area. The same folks that have brought reliable affordable electric service are now bringing fiber internet at amazing speeds with the same philosophy of reliable service and affordable pricing. Be sure to visit callabyte.com to see areas planned for service in 2017 and to let us know you want fiber at your home or business as well. We are currently working on build areas for 2018 and areas with the most interest will be prioritized on the construction list. So if you are interested in receiving service, be sure to let us know.

If you have more questions, would like to test the service, sign up, or have a chance to win some fun prizes we invite you to join us on Tuesday, July 18. It will be a day of celebration for Callabyte. We will look back at what we have accomplished thus far and, provided we continue to meet the metrics of our feasibility study and financial lenders, we look forward to reaching all of the Callaway Electric membership as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible.

Great article in the June 16, 2017 Wall Street Journal regarding Internet Access in Rural America

12:48pm June 16, 2017

The June 16, 2017 issue of The Wall Street Journal included an article addressing the lack of high speed internet in rural communities. According to the article, 'Fast service, according to the FCC, means a minimum download speed of 25 megabits per second, a measure of bandwidth known as Mbps. That speed can support email, web surfing, video streaming and graphics for more than one device at once. It is faster than old dial-up connections—typically, less than 1 Mbps—but slower than the 100 Mbps service common in cities.' Many of us in rural Callaway and southern Montgomery County know exactly what this means - 25 Mbps is nowhere near what is available in most of our rural area. However, Callabyte is changing the way we see and use the internet, right here in our corner of rural America.

If you read the article, you will see that Co-Mo Electric Cooperative of Tipton, Mo is highlighted for their efforts to bring fiber internet to their electric service area. Callaway Electric Cooperative is following the Co-Mo model to do the same with fiber internet right here in rural Callaway and southern Montgomery Counties through Callabyte. Click the article link to see more about the possibilities fiber internet can bring to our rural community.

https://www.wsj.com/article_email/rural-america-is-stranded-in-the-dial-up-age-1497535841-lMyQjAxMTE3MjE4NjAxODYzWj/

What is fiber-to-the-home?

7:36am May 2, 2017

As published in the May, 2017 issue of Callaway Electric Cooperative News

Callaway Electric has been working to bring fiber-to-the-home to the Cooperative membership through Callabyte Technology, L.L.C. Owned by the Cooperative's service company, Callabyte is a for profit, tax paying limited liability company that offers communications services to un- and underserved areas of the surrounding communities. Callaway Electric is constructing a fiber-to-the-home broadband network to improve the electrical distribution system's operation and efficiency. Along the way, Callabyte is offering advanced communications to reach a need for improved access to rural residents.

So what exactly is fiber to the home technology? Fiber to the home (FTTH) is the delivery of a communications signal over optical fiber all the way to a home or business, replacing existing copper infrastructure such as telephone wires or coaxial cable.

Fiber to the home is a relatively new and fast growing method of providing vastly higher bandwith to consumers and businesses, thereby enabling more robust video, internet and voice services.
Optical fiber is a hair-thin strand of glass, specially designed to trap and transmit light pulses. The fiber uses light instead of electricity to carry a signal. It is unique because it can carry high bandwith signals over long distances without signal degradation, and it can provide those signals simultaneously in both directions – upload and download. Copper media can also carry high bandwith but only for a few hundred yards – after which the signal begins to degrade and bandwith narrows.

Optical fiber has been used in communications networks for more than 35 years, mostly to carry core telecom traffic from city to city or country to country.
Connecting homes directly to fiber optic cable enables enormous improvements in the bandwith that can be provided to consumers, both now and for many more decades of accelerating bandwith demand. While cable modems generally provide transmission speeds of anywhere between 5 and 50 megabits per second on the download (and are generally much slower when uploading), current fiber optic technology can provide two-way transmission speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second, with 10 gig systems now coming to market and even higher bandwith fiber networks now being developed. Further, while cable and DSL providers are struggling to squeeze small increments of higher bandwith out of their technologies, ongoing improvements in fiber optic equipment are constantly increasing available bandwith without having to change the fiber. That's why fiber networks are said to be "future proof".

During the next three years, provided our benchmarks are met, every Callaway Electric member will be added to the totals of those who have this transformative technology available to them.
For more information be sure to visit callabyte.com and let us know you want fiber at your home or business. As we mentioned in last month's issue, we encourage folks to show their interest through the Callabyte website and help us determine the order we build as we plan for 2018. Areas with the most interest will be considered first as we make plans to proceed into next year.

New option lets subscribers choose path for fiber in 2018

10:32am March 31, 2017

As published in the April, 2017 Callaway Electric Newsletter

There is a new way to connect with Callabyte Technology. If you are interested in receiving fiber service to your home or business, you will want to check it out. In early March, we launched a new website for Callabyte. The address is the same, callabyte.com, but the look, feel and capabilities are much different.

Through the new website, not only can you view a map of our currently planned service area, you can help determine where we will build fiber in the future. At this time, our construction schedule is planned for 2017. We have a plan for the order of walking out lines and identifying poles to be changed. We know where contractors will go for make ready work to prepare lines, followed by the crews to hang the fiber. These things have to be determined in advance. However, there is some time before we have to put the 2018 schedule in place and that is where you – our members/potential subscribers come into play.

The biggest question we hear from members about Callabyte is, ‘When are you coming to me?’ Our new website gives you the chance to help determine that. On the map page, the proposed areas are broken down into zones. You will see some of the zones require a sign up goal before we build service to the area. If there is an area with strong support to bring Callabyte services, we will look at building there before the less supported areas. We are giving you some incentive to get out there, talk to your neighbors and let us know the areas that want high-speed fiber to the home service the most.

Let us know you are interested through callabyte.com. Start by entering your address and from there the site will walk you through the high-speed internet services currently available in your area. You will be asked to fill out a feedback questionnaire, and you will have the opportunity to do a speed test of your current internet service. You can then build a model of products you are interested in and get an idea of the cost. Submit your information using the online form and our customer service folks will follow up to get you signed up if applicable.

The website tracks interest throughout our service area. This will help us plan the route to bring fiber throughout Callaway and southern Montgomery Counties. We encourage you to take a look at the site. View our product tab to see what packages and prices are offered. Leave a comment on our comment page. We would love to hear from you. Also note that you are always welcome to call and talk with our customer service folks. They can make sure you get included in reaching the goal for your area.

Welcome to our new home on the web!

4:08pm March 3, 2017

Hello! If you've made it to this page, you have found the new home of Callabyte on the world wide web! We are excited to launch our new website via the great folks at Crowd Fiber who are helping us continue the excitement about Callabyte. Through this site you are able to put in your address, see where you fall in our project 'zones' and let us know you're interested in service. As it says, or if you haven't already tried it, 'Put in your address to start'. From there you will be taken to information about whether we are building in your area or plan to in the future. You will also see and can verify information about services currently available in your area, you can do a speed test to check the speed you currently receive, and fill out a questionnaire of what brings you to Callabyte. You can then build a sample package to see what your monthly cost would be and submit your info to us so we can follow up and get you signed up for service if applicable.

Nose around the site, leave us a comment, let us know if you have questions and keep checking this page along with our facebook page for updates! Help us spread the word about Callabyte. The more support and subscribers we have the more folks we will be able to reach with high speed fiber to the home internet.

Callabyte to bring fiber throughout Callaway Electric service area

11:03am January 26, 2017

Callbyte_Map_Feb_2017

If you are visiting this website you are likely familiar Callabyte Technology, LLC. This new company is bringing high speed internet through fiber to the home (FTTH) technology to homes and businesses in and around the service area of Callaway Electric Cooperative. The company is owned by Callaway Electric Service Company, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Callaway Electric Cooperative.

In the December 2016 newsletter of Callaway Electric, a map was published of the proposed 2017 projects for Callabyte. Future plans were also promised to be shared in the next few months. The information listed here presents those plans to you. The map you see pictured above includes what we have built and are currently working on plus the future direction of Callabyte. Area 1 illustrates our pilot and initial project area which began in the fall of 2015 and was recently completed.

The rest of the map, provided we continue to meet the benchmarks within our feasibility study, will be built as follows. Area 2 is underway for 2017. Callaway Electric members in this area are receiving information about sign up or will be receiving information as the year progresses. Area 3 is a goal for 2018 and depending on weather, sign ups, construction, etc. this area could move into 2019. The last area, labeled as 4 on the map, will follow area 3 in 2019, possibly stretching into 2020.

While the projected map is not a guarantee, we wanted to share our plans with you. The goal of Callabyte is to bring high speed broadband and enhance the quality of life right here in the rural heart of central Missouri. We feel strongly that this service will bring new opportunities for in home businesses, education and access to enhanced technology.

As mentioned earlier, the plan will move forward based on meeting benchmarks. The main driver of this is customer sign ups. So far, Callabyte has generated a lot of excitement and interest. If you have questions about the services we are offering, timing of construction or what is required of you, we encourage you to review our map, packages and pricing on this website. Also, call or stop by our office or email to let us know if you have questions. We are here to serve you.
Continue to visit this website and like us on facebook for updates. We will provide additional information as it becomes available.

Service area map for Callabyte Technology, LLC

4:34pm January 19, 2017

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Over a year ago, Callaway Electric began a new venture to bring high speed fiber internet to unserved and underserved areas of our service area and the surrounding communities. In doing so, Callabyte Technology, LLC was formed. The new company is bringing an opportunity to homes and businesses in the central Missouri area by offering broadband and other IP (Internet Protocol) services in the local community. The company is wholly owned by Callaway Electric Service Company, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Callaway Electric Cooperative.

Starting in the fall of 2015, Callabyte kicked off with a pilot 'fiber to the premise' project in the Stonehaven Subdivision off of Highway 54 in Fulton, MO. The pilot was a success and from there fiber has been built to the Southwind Subdivision on the south end of Fulton and continued down Route C towards Hams Prairie. Callabyte project areas are included in colored areas of the above map. The 2016 project areas include those marked 1A-G and 2A-B. As we finish up these areas, we are close to starting on phase 3 and have added phases 4-6 with a construction goal of 2017. If you are curious or unsure if you are included in the phases shown above, visit www.callabyte.com and click on the service area map page for more information. Also, once sign up begins within an area, letters will be mailed to all eligible addresses.
Along with offering high speed broadband internet with packages starting at 100 Mbps up and down with unlimited data, Callabyte is offering video packages, as well as phone service through voice over internet protocol (VoIP) technology.

Keep checking this website for more information on the service area, construction progress, video and phone details, along with pricing of services.



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Callabyte - Kim Thomas

11:07am October 4, 2017

Kim Thomas
Campaign Owner

Ms. Schmitt, We would love to be able to promise you a date, but that is one of the hardest things to do. We are moving as quickly and safely as possible to get your area completed but estimate we are 3-4 weeks out. We would welcome you as a Callabyte customer. If you choose to sign up, be sure all your paperwork is in and easement is signed by the property owner so you'll be ready on your end.


Callabyte - Tracy Schmitt

11:10am October 3, 2017

Tracy Schmitt

The lines are hung, just waiting for the drops to go from pole to my house. We need internet service yesterday and don't want to go into a contract with kingdom telephone. Can anyone tell me when this is going to be active? Callaway electric could not give me an answer


Callabyte - Tracy Schmitt

11:10am October 3, 2017

Tracy Schmitt

The lines are hung, just waiting for the drops to go from pole to my house. We need internet service yesterday and don't want to go into a contract with kingdom telephone. Can anyone tell me when this is going to be active? Callaway electric could not give me an answer


Callabyte - Tracy Schmitt

11:10am October 3, 2017

Tracy Schmitt

The lines are hung, just waiting for the drops to go from pole to my house. We need internet service yesterday and don't want to go into a contract with kingdom telephone. Can anyone tell me when this is going to be active? Callaway electric could not give me an answer


Callabyte - Kim Thomas

12:08pm September 22, 2017

Kim Thomas
Campaign Owner

Mr. Hazelton - Thank you for your inquiry. At this time we are working to reach members of Callaway Electric with fiber service. However, we know there is growing interest in other areas. The best thing you can do is encourage folks to enter their address and complete the interest form on this website. We can see that data and we continue to use it as we consider other areas to bring service to. Please contact our office at 573-826-2371 or email info@callabyte.com for any additional questions.


Callabyte - Aaron Hazelton

9:23pm September 20, 2017

Aaron Hazelton

A great deal of homes in the Holts Summit area fall under Medicom internet/ TV services. However Medicom has not installed any new service lines for several of the new subdivisions and has no immediate plans to do so. I have spoken with Medicom on several occasions and was told that it is not cost effective for them to bury new lines. So people that live in the middle of town has zero access to high speed internet and limited to dish satellite service for their TV. Please please help the people in Holts Summit and bring your fiber to town.


Callabyte - Jamie Lloyd

5:33pm August 17, 2017

Jamie Lloyd

My residence must be less than 50 yards from your Zone 5 I need fiber and can't get it! Please hurry up and get Fulton going I'm willing to pay! :)


Callabyte - Aaron Meeks

6:17pm August 5, 2017

Aaron Meeks

you guys literally stopped phase 4 just down the street from my house....My current service is good....when its working. have to power off the router/modem several times a day to restart the internet because it quits working ALL the time. come on Holts Summit lets get callabyte here ASAP!!!!


Callabyte - Daniel Stevenson

10:43am July 26, 2017

Daniel Stevenson

Well I just went out of contract 'again' with CenturyLink (been a customer for 16 years, wash Emabarq). Went from $54 per month to $80 for 4Mbps. Of which I really only get 1 to 2Mbps on a good day. Really hoping to get Zone 4 done soon.


Callabyte - Kim Thomas

11:41am July 13, 2017

Kim Thomas
Campaign Owner

Thanks for contacting us Ms. Kollmeier - Installs are being done in the northern area of Zone Four and we continue to move further south. Contact our customer service department at 573-826-2371 or info@callabyte.com with your address and we can give you a closer update. We hope to have service available to all of Zone Four by late September.


Callabyte - Ashley Kollmeier

3:54pm July 9, 2017

Ashley Kollmeier

When will zone four be complete and ready for installations?


Callabyte - Kim Thomas

11:28am May 30, 2017

Kim Thomas
Campaign Owner

Mr. Fisher - Thank you for your inquiry. The goal at this time is to reach members of Callaway Electric with fiber service. However, we are open to serving other areas if there is a great amount of interest. Location/ease of access along with other logistics will play a part. Contact our office at 573-826-2371 or email info@callabyte.com for any additional questions.


Callabyte - John Fisher

12:30pm May 28, 2017

John Fisher

Are there any plans to bring this to Holts Summit?


Callabyte - Kim Thomas

10:37am March 31, 2017

Kim Thomas
Campaign Owner

Folks in the Herring Subdivision and Phase 3 area southeast of Fulton, today is the deadline to sign up for the fastest internet on the planet at the lowest installation cost! AFTER TODAY THE INSTALLATION FEE FOR THESE AREAS GOES TO $200. Call today and SAVE!!! Call your neighbors and share with your friends - if you know anyone in this area, don't let them miss this amazing opportunity!


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