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Over 800 combined years
in the making

Syringa Networks, Idaho’s leading fiber optic network provider, was created in 2002 by 12 rural Idaho telephone companies with a determination to improve telecommunication and rural broadband services in Idaho. These companies have a combined 800 year history of doing business in Idaho. With this foundation, Syringa Networks provides advanced telecommunication and rural broadband solutions that enable customers to compete in the global economy.

Syringa Networks founding member companies are committed to providing telecommunication services to promote the economic viability of their communities and enhancing educational and business opportunities.

Over the years, these member companies have progressed—party lines and switchboards have been replaced with digital switches and fiber optic transmission facilities.

Over $50 million have been invested since Syringa Networks origination, and today we have become Idaho’s leading fiber optic network provider. Syringa Networks continues to be innovative and dynamic by reinvesting in next generation technologies and resources.

Today, Syringa Networks continues to work with businesses and their communities to help create growth and opportunity for today and for the future.

Founding Members
ATC Communications
ATC Communications now provides DSL to over 99% of its customers and offers speeds of up to 6 Mbps. Headquartered in Albion, ATC provides service to rural southeast Idaho.
Cambridge Telephone Company
Since 1905 we've kept at the forefront of technology to continually bring our customers the best service possible.
Custer Telephone Cooperative
CTCI, based in central Idaho, is passionate about providing its members with advanced communications services—delivered with superior customer service.
Fremont Communications
Fremont is part of Blackfoot's high-capacity fiber network that spans 8,500 square miles throughout Montana and Idaho.
Direct Communications
An independent telecommunications leader, has been providing quality communications services since 1954, specializing in rural areas.
Farmers Mutual Telephone Company
Providing Internet, telephone and wireless services.
Filer Mutual Telephone Company
Provides local and long distance telephone, cellular, web hosting, networking, and Internet service in Idaho.
Midvale Telephone Exchange
Midvale Telephone Exchange, Inc., is an Idaho-based Local Exchange Carrier—a family-owned and operated company that has been in operation since 1900.
Mud Lake Telephone Association
Eastern Idaho's Mud Lake Telephone Cooperative Association provides telephone and Internet-based communications to Mud Lake and its surrounding communities.
Project Mutual Telephone
Project Mutual serves over 12,000 members throughout the Magic Valley, providing telephone, Internet, cellphone and video content.
Rural Telephone Company
Rural Telephone serves remote areas of Idaho, Nevada, Washington and Oregon. A locally owned and operated company since 1979, RTC offers telephone, Internet, and wireless services.
SilverStar Communications
What began as a traditional telephone company has evolved into a full-scale technology company offering communications and broadband services to a wide geographic area covering eastern Idaho and no