All email accounts will be migrated to a new platform as a result of Google ending support and availability of the platform
we offer our customers. The date for the migration is yet to be determined. We've put together a 3 step guide for you to ensure as smooth a transition as possible. We also have
detailed instructions to help you through each of these steps in our Transition Support Page.
We will be migrating your core email content (email, folders, forwarders, and contacts), but you will need to download any other content you have stored on Google that you would like to keep. We have included instructions for exporting most types of data in the Transition Support Page as well. For assistance with email settings, call 822-HELP or 834-HELP.
Copper Valley Telecom and Copper River School District were awarded a $5,000 Smart Rural Community Collaboration Challenge Grant that will provide basic Internet access for some low income students during the 2015/2016 school year. The grant is provided by NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association, a national organization that supports telecommunication and broadband services in rural America. Read more >>>
Cell service returned to the Thompson Pass area for spring ski season on Monday, March 9 when CVT installed & turned on its mobile cell tower at the Thompson Pass airstrip. Coverage is expected to be similar to last year and is scheduled to stay active in that spot through approximately April 27. CVT also operates year-round mini cell sites located at Dept. of Transportation and Tsaina Lodge. Coverage from these sites is approximately 1000' while coverage from the mobile tower is much wider.
Copper Valley Telecom has launched the new Kyocera DuraScout, a phone touted as nearly indestructible. See a video demonstrating its durability here.
Check out the new promotions and view the chart comparing Android phones to IPhone 6 Plus.