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Idaho Telecom Alliance

In 1984 an association was formed to provide a unified voice for Idaho’s rural telephone companies in presenting telecommunication industry issues before regulatory, administrative and legislative agencies in Idaho. The association today is the ITA and consists of 14 member companies.

In 2002, 12 members of the ITA created Syringa Networks to provide fiber optic connectivity between Idaho’s rural communities.

About the Idaho Telecom Alliance
The Idaho Telecom Alliance's mission is to support the advancement of its members, to collectively share ideas and to promote services to rural telecommunications subscribers throughout Idaho.

ITA members consistently make local investments that provide access for rural Idaho to state-of-the-art telecommunications services. ITA members provide a variety of services to their customers, including basic local telephone service, long distance service, cellular phone service, high-speed DSL service, high-speed wireless internet, and digital television. Our members allow rural customers to receive cutting edge technology solutions from local businesses they know and trust.

ITA Member Service Areas

Idaho Telecom Alliance member companies cover approximately 70,000 square miles of service territory in Idaho. We serve over 160 Idaho towns and cities and over 46,000 Idaho customers. Our companies serve more than 110 Idaho schools, 45 rural health facilities, 25 community libraries and 150 state and local government offices. ITA members have approximately 2,000 route miles of fiber optic cable in the ground in Idaho.

Idaho PUC Telephone Company Service Area Map

ITA Member Companies
  • Albion Telephone Company
  • Cambridge Telephone Company
  • Custer Telephone Cooperative
  • Direct Communications
  • Farmers Mutual Telephone Company
  • Filer Mutual Telephone Company
  • Fairpoint
  • Inland Telephone Company
  • Midvale Telephone Exchange
  • Mud Lake Telephone Cooperative
  • Oregon-Idaho Utilities
  • Project Mutual Telephone
  • Rural Telephone Company
  • Silver Star Communications