CPUC REMINDS CONSUMERS OF NEW 350 AREA CODE COMING TO THE 209 AREA CODE REGION

California Public Utilities Commission 505 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRESS RELEASE Media Contact: Terrie Prosper, 415.703.1366, news@cpuc.ca.gov CPUC REMINDS CONSUMERS OF NEW 350 AREA CODE COMING TO THE 209 AREA CODE REGION SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 28, 2022 – The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) today reminded…

Participate in Our Research Survey for a Chance to Win a Free iPad Mini!

Here at Utility Telecom, we want to hear from our fellow businesses about current industry trends. We’d like to know what you think about an Integrated Content Filtering program.  Internet Content Filtering is the practice of monitoring and prohibiting certain access to websites that are deemed to be inappropriate and/or…

Utility Telecom Launches 10 Camera Security Bundle

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many displaced as unemployment in the United States has seen a record-breaking high, businesses are left struggling to navigate through ongoing public regulations and panic over uncertainty.  In an effort to help protect businesses and their employees from crime and to manage properties while working…

Rotating Power Outages in California

California residents have been experiencing August 2020’s record heatwave, causing rotating power outages from PG&E.  According to PG&E, “Rotating outages (Stage 3 Emergencies) become necessary when the ISO is unable to meet minimum contingency reserve requirements and load interruption is imminent or in progress. These emergencies are declared by the…

Developers at Utility Telecom Create Call Work Flow: STASES

Utility Telecom has launched a new software called “STASES,” created by the company’s own developers. The software allows users to build an on-call schedule based on a controlled calendar. This software is fully customizable to the users’ needs and offers detailed automation of a call-workflow including voicemail notifications, in-depth forwarding,…

Utility Telecom Selects Scholarship Recipient

On Monday, August 3rd, Utility Telecom announced high school graduate Liam Talca as the recipient of the company’s first-ever Engineering Scholarship Fund. The company’s Scholarship Committee based its selection on multiple factors including personal statements, transcripts, and letters of recommendation.  Liam’s application stood out to the Scholarship Committee as he…

Global Cyber Attack Blown Out of Proportion

On Monday, June 15th, 2020, we publicly announced that T-Mobile stated that they were experiencing network issues with their voice and data services. Very soon after people across the U.S. started noticing that they were unable to make calls or send text messages with multiple mobile carriers. After social media…

Introducing MaX UC 

Utility Telecom is excited to announce the launch of MaX UC (formerly “Accession Communicator“) effective as of April 27, 2020. Current Accession Mobile and Accession Desktop users will be prompted to update their software to MaX UC.  This update features a newly improved and rebranded version of the Accession Communicator…

Utility Telecom’s Response to COVID-19

COVID-19 is dramatically impacting all of our lives, both personally and professionally.  To comply with the recommendation of social distancing and for some cities, a mandatory lockdown, many establishments are repositioning their employees to work remotely.  As a solution during this uncertain timeline, I would like to share an update…

Utility Telecom Offers Scholarship for Aspiring Engineers in Stockton, CA

Utility Telecom Group, LLC (“UTG”) is pleased to announce the availability of one (1) $2,000 scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year to an eligible Stockton, California student pursuing higher education in the field of engineering. The company’s mission is to help one qualified student with their educational expenses and to…
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