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The health, safety and well-being of our employees and our customers remain top priorities in this time of uncertainty caused by the continued spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Our branches will remain open to perform customer-facing transactions and provide one-on-one support while taking extra measures to protect our team, clients and communities through enhanced cleaning regiments.

We want you to feel confident we are doing what it takes to keep our customers and employees as safe as possible by carefully monitoring for changes within our footprint and will provide updates and action plans as new information emerges.

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Residential

Cable Television Programming Negotiations

By: marketing | Published December 30, 2020

Why are these negotiations taking place? In order for D & P Communications to broadcast channels to our customers, a contract must be in place with the appropriate network. The majority of our current network agreements were set to expire on 2/28/2021 at 11:59pm. D & P Communications has been working hard to negotiate the retransmission rates with the various cable networks or station providers in an effort to kee...

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Employee Spotlight: Mitchell Kirk

By: marketing | Published December 18, 2020

If you ask anyone around the D & P offices who wears a multitude of hats, you’ll get a short list of answers. One of which will definitely be Mitchell Kirk. Mitch may technically have the title “Marketing Coordinator,” but at D & P, he’s a lot more than just that. He’s one of the leading experts on the billing system, a wealth of knowledge on both residential and business services, and can decorate a bu...

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Tips for Working from Home

By: marketing | Published October 27, 2020

The world is very different right now and there are endless changes that we have to adapt to. Adjusting to life in a pandemic, our daily schedules have shifted immensely. We seem to be searching for any type of normalcy. Even though quite a lot of people have headed back to work in their offices, a large population is still working from home to reduce the number of people joined together in workplaces. What does this mean...

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