Welcome to Farmers Cooperative Telephone Company
We deliver telecommunication services, technology services, and select consumer products to the residents of Dysart, Clutier, and the surrounding rural areas of Tama and Benton Counties in Iowa.
Our internet features no data caps or contracts. Just fast internet to meet your family’s needs.
Our video packages are affordably priced and include local channels. Plus, there is never any contract.
FCTC’s telephone service provides unmatched reliablity and call quality. Plus, we feature unlimited local calls.
Fiber Project Update
FCTC is in the midst of building a fiber network for our community. When complete, the network will bring signficantly faster internet and additional technology benefits.
Saftey through SecureIT
SecureIT Plus is a fully automated and guaranteed computer protection service. It is a single service that is made up of a suite of technologies that are fully managed and supported to protect your computer.
WatchTVEverywhere streams some of your favorite channels and programming to your tablet, your smartphones, your laptop and other devices from anywhere you can receive an Internet signal: inside your house, at the office, hotel, airport, vacation home and everywhere.
FCTC sells Traeger Grills
Summer is here so it’s the perfect time to upgrade to a Traeger Wood Pellet Grill. FCTC is an Authorized Traeger dealer so stop by and see the latest models, plus ask about special offers.
We carry Traeger pellets in a variety of flavors as well as sauces, rubs, and Traeger accessories. Stop by and check them out today!
Farmers Cooperative Telephone Company
Visit our office
332 Main Street
P.O. Box 280
Dysart, IA 52224
Office Hours: M-F – 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Internet Support: 319-476-3282
Report all after hours emergency outages to 319-476-3282
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