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You + XMission = Win! 4 reasons to become an XMission Channel Partner.

I am pleased to introduce the XMission Channel Partner program. Since 1993 XMission has provided amazing support and products that have garnered loyal fans and awards. Our loyal evangelists touted our products and provided referrals allowing us to grow and prosper all while building a reputation for excellence. Now we are looking to lend our […]

4 ways your business benefits from XMission’s privacy policy

In the past few weeks there has been a lot of media attention given to XMission’s stance on customer privacy (links below). Honestly, it feels great to finally be recognized for one of our core values. What isn’t being talked about is why our privacy policy matters to businesses. Earlier today, I asked our long-time […]

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The $1 Fiber Optic Network

Provo City excitedly announced yesterday that Google was taking over their troubled iProvo network. Google has done a respectable job in Kansas City, and I’m sure they will do the same in Provo. My only criticism after hearing this yesterday is that Kansas had to literally give away the farm to install a monopoly over […]

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Blue Monday

Please note: As of January 1, 2017, XMission no longer sells DSL services. XMission’s troubles started Sunday evening when an ethernet card servicing longtime UTOPIA customers on a Juniper ERX-700 began to fail.  It would run for about 20 minutes, then reboot, disconnecting everyone involved.  This wouldn’t be so bad if it didn’t take a […]

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Response to CenturyLink on Property Node Placement

Please note: As of January 1, 2017, XMission no longer sells DSL services. Don, thanks for contacting me regarding placing a node on my property. Under prior circumstance, I would be all for the placement of CenturyLink equipment on my property, even without compensation. However, since CenturyLink and Qwest determined that they would not allow […]

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Qwest, XMission, and DSL

Please note: As of January 1, 2017, XMission no longer sells DSL services. In 1997, XMission first started providing service over Qwest’s DSL.  We have literally paid millions of dollars of revenue to Qwest for the privilege, all the while relieving them of the difficult task of providing excellent customer support.  In 2008, Qwest launched […]

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