FARMERS TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE, INC. Company Profile
Farmers Telephone Cooperative (FTC) is the incumbent local-exchange carrier (ILEC) in Williamsburg, Lee, Sumter, Clarendon, and Florence counties in eastern South Carolina. Serving more than 60,000 customers in a 3,000 mile area, the company provides traditional phone services, including local-exchange access and long-distance, as well as dial-up and DSL Internet access. The company also offers wireless phone service through a partnership with AT&T Mobility, as well as security services and enterprise communications services. In operation since 1951, FTC claims to be the second-largest co-op in the US, and should not be confused with the Farmers Telephone Cooperative serving the Rainsville, Alabama area.
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