On July 21st, the Latrobe Bulletin featured an article pertaining to Citizens Fiber’s expansion plans. Zach D’Amico stopped by the office to interview Zach Cutrell, Citizens operations manager, to get some insight on the future plans. Below is a little summary of the article. As Citizens Fiber continues with our
. In the past, when you were installed as a new customer, Citizens often included a battery backup, enable to power only the telephone during power outages. Because of declining usage of landlines and the increasing number of cell phones available for emergency situations, Citizens is no longer mandated to provide
Wi-Fi has quickly become lifeblood in our lives. For many of us, a day without Wi-Fi would cause considerable stress, as we’ve incorporated this convenience into so much of our lives—downloading music, gaming online, using social media, or simply looking up anything we want to know on Google. But while
The Russian-linked cyber-attack that infected many small home and office routers with malware (‘VPNFilter’) within the past week has been interrupted by the FBI. The FBI’s recommendation is that you reboot your router. Doing so can delete a portion of the malware, if in fact your router has been affected.
On April 12, 2018 we rolled out our new design of the My Citizens Fiber page. This platform replaces the “My Account” page on CitizensFiber.com, bringing you the same helpful links to email, bill pay, and more. With a new design that features a blog-style homepage to keep you updated