Blackfoot continues working with community and business leaders to provide support during the coronavirus pandemic. With the help of our network, customer service and technical support teams, Blackfoot has added open WiFi hotspots in Philipsburg and St. Ignatius. With so many of our students now enrolled in remote learning classes, options for downloading education materials […]

In light of the current pandemic, Blackfoot recently reached out to our communities to find out what we could do to help. An overwhelming, resounding need came from our local food banks, as many of them find their shelves depleted and unable to accept food donations.  To support this need, last week, Blackfoot’s Board of

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Blackfoot is proud to continue its annual Thanksgiving tradition of providing financial support to food banks across its Montana and Idaho service areas. This year, more than $12,000 will be dispersed among local agencies that provide meals to community members in need. “Blackfoot is more than just a broadband provider—we are deeply committed to the

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Blackfoot welcomed Governor Steve Bullock to the company’s Missoula-based headquarters on Wednesday, August 8. Jason Williams, Blackfoot CEO, led an interactive meeting with updates on the company’s open innovation lab, C2M beta, and an overview of the company’s  activities, including its extensive broadband infrastructure investment initiatives. “The team at Blackfoot is leading in innovation and

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Blackfoot was the proud recipient of the 2018 Thriving Community Partner Award at Thrive‘s golf fundraiser last Friday in Bozeman. The annual award recognized Blackfoot for being a partner to not only Thrive, but many organizations in the communities Blackfoot serves. At the ceremony, Blackfoot was acknowledged for fostering a strong culture of philanthropy and

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Blackfoot, the owner and operator of the region’s largest multigigabit network, welcomed Senator Jon Tester to Blackfoot’s headquarters in Missoula on Friday. Blackfoot CEO, Jason Williams, led a discussion of the company’s multi-million dollar broadband infrastructure project and provided an update on the progress of C2M beta, Blackfoot’s open innovation lab. “Blackfoot Communications is at

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