• 2019 Mountain

    A resolution that affects your business in a positive way

    January 11, 2019

    We’re officially in 2019 and continuing to move forward. We know you’ve already made your resolutions, but we want to turn your attention to something important as you move forward. When we consider resolutions, they’re often personal. However, we shouldn’t forget about the resolutions that affect our workplace as well. Read More >

  • Connecting to Network

    Telecommunications trends to watch in 2019

    December 28, 2018

    There are few industries as dynamic as the telecommunications industry. Whether it’s backbone infrastructure, cell phone towers, television packages, personal devices or software, every aspect of the telecommunications industry transforms every couple of years — often disruptively, changing the way business operate and even the way people interact in… Read More >

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    When cell towers go down

    November 23, 2018

    In October 2018, Hurricane Michael knocked down cell towers when it made landfall in the Florida Panhandle. Trees toppled onto power lines, which toppled cell towers. Flooding washed out buried cables. Broadband and mobile phone networks, cable TV, and basic power for hundreds of thousands of people ceased to work. Read More >

  • Cell work Tower

    Tips for keeping tower technicians safe on the job

    November 9, 2018

    Following the right safety standards can literally save lives and company funds. When you don’t follow safety guidelines and something goes wrong, you risk the lives of employees. Also, when you don’t follow safety protocol and something happens, you risk slowing down the project and being fined. Some agencies may… Read More >

  • Car Flooded after Storm

    How telecommunications plays a key role during natural disasters

    October 12, 2018

    During a natural disaster, one of the first things people want to do is check in with their loved ones. They want to make sure everyone is safe. Equally, if they’re the affected party, they want to reach out to loved ones or to first responders for help. The telecommunications… Read More >

  • Men working near cell tower

    5G telecommunications is coming—which means more demand for cell towers

    September 28, 2018

    The next standard for high-speed digital mobile communications is fifth-generation, or “5G,” and it’s coming fast. Across the U.S.A., telecommunications providers are testing the technology and ramping up to deploy it, as soon as the end of the year. 5G telecommunications will speed up digital wireless communications and enable a… Read More >

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    We’ve partnered with Avetta!

    September 14, 2018

    At USA Telecom, we strongly believe in workplace safety. We have more than 25 years of experience in the telecom industry and we are the only insurance providers that offer “all lines” coverage for the industry in the United States. Recently, we’ve partnered up with… Read More >

  • Woman frustrated on the computer

    What the national security ban could mean for rural cell towers

    August 24, 2018

    For a lot of people living in largely populated cities, waking up to cell phone coverage is something that’s most likely taken for granted every day. We’ve grown so accustomed to turning on our cell phones and having the immediate ability to connect to cell towers that it’s hardly a… Read More >

  • Man with Hardhat writing report

    Increase safety measures, reduce death rates

    August 10, 2018

    Workers in the telecommunications industry know all too well the dangers of the job. It’s not a job that you can just do on a whim. It needs to be taken seriously, because one wrong move could lead to disastrous outcomes, especially if you’re a tower technician. In 2016, it… Read More >

  • Cell tower

    Opposition to residential cell towers is still real

    July 27, 2018

    Even with billions of mobile phones and other devices in the world, telecommunications companies still face opposition when they erect new cell towers in residential areas. Public opposition to cell towers, even when they’re disguised as trees, flagpoles or other non-obtrusive objects, still can fill a town hall. Telecom companies… Read More >

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