Home for the Holidays
The holiday season means many different things to many different people, but the one thing that all of these traditions have in common is the importance of family. Whatever we do, whoever we are, we all want to be with the people who mean the most to us on these very special days.
However, life tends to have other plans for us. Work,school, vacations, in-laws… There’s all kinds of reasons families can’t be in one place at one time, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still make it home for the holidays.
Modern connectivity technology allows us to be anywhere in the world with just a click. Video chats, instant messaging, and even good old phone calls make it possible for our hearts and minds to travel a million miles in an instant, so your loved ones can be in your living and their living room at the same time.
And even when you can get the whole clan under one roof, many of us have responsibilities that don’t take the day off, like work emails to check and school work to research. (Not to mention, the kids and grandkids who just can’t live without constantly checking in on social media.) Internet access may be the deciding factor that allows them to come home.
Either way, the capability to bring people together that wireless internet, voice over internet phone service, and satellite TV provides is something to be thankful for, and that’s why we got into this business – to bring people in underserved communities closer to who and what they love.
It’s this people-first principle that guides us in everything we do. It’s why we have dedicated sales and support teams in every community we serve, on call and ready to serve at a moment’s notice. It’s why we continue to develop the latest technologies for these communities like our LTEXtreme and SC Anywhere Satellite Internet.
So, whether it’s binge watching holiday movies, cheering on the home team, or bringing faithful friends and family into the fold, SpeedConnect is honored to be a part of whatever traditions you and yours hold dear.
This holiday season, make sure you’re ready for any request, from “Pass the mashed potatoes.” to “What’s the Wi-Fi password?”. We’re right here with you and ready to help.