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Telephone Rates and Services
Coon Valley offers residential and business telephone services in Menlo and Nevinville.


Monthly Rates
Local Access (Resident)
$10.00
Local Access (Business)
$13.50

County Emergency Service Charge
911 Surcharge
$ 1.00



Optional Calling Features
Coon Valley offers a variety of optional calling features to our customers.  A few of these features are listed below.  If you are interested in adding any calling features, please call our business office at 641-524-2111.

Call Waiting
This feature alerts a customer who is using the phone that another caller is trying to reach them. The customer can put the first call on hold, answer the second call and even alternate between conversations.

Call Forwarding
This feature allows a customer to transfer their incoming calls to another telephone line where they can be reached or a message can be taken.

Three-Way Calling
This feature allows a customer to add a third party to an existing conversation, establishing a three-way conversation.

Speed Calling
This feature allows a customer to place frequently dialed calls by dialing a one or two digit code. You can have either 8 or 30 of your most frequently dialed numbers installed.

Caller ID - Number or Name/Number
Caller ID allows for the automatic delivery of a calling party's telephone number to the called customers, which gives the called customer an opportunity to decide whether to answer the call immediately or not. The number is displayed on customer provided equipment. This can also include the display of the calling party's name as well.

Voice Mail
This feature allows a customer to receive messages in a voice "mailbox" when they are unable to answer their phone. The customer can then retrieve their message(s) at their convenience.



 
 


Coon Valley Telephone Cooperative
516 Sherman Street, PO Box 108 | Menlo, IA 50164
641-524-2111 | Fax: 641-524-2112

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