Trouble with your landline?

The telephone network is changing.
Tell us how it has affected you.

Click here to take our brief survey.

Some companies want to change the technology they use to bring telephone service to your home.

A switch in technology could bring unwanted changes to the service available in rural communities.

The National Rural Assembly’s Rural Broadband Policy Group wants to know if you have experienced any changes in your home telephone service.

TAKE OUR SHORT SURVEY

Your answers will help us advocate for affordable, reliable, quality telephone service across the country. Please take 5 minutes to answer our brief survey.

And share with your family and friends!

Thank you!

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September 8-10, 2015
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