In this together.

Our focus today is the same as every day. We’re local, like you. We’re in this together. We’re committed to ensuring our customers have access to the most reliable communications network—now and in the days to come. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we’re working closely with our employees, partners and neighbors to serve our customers’ needs.

How is Whidbey Telecom responding to COVID-19?

Here for you.

Our trained and seasoned local technicians remain ready to help you anytime, 24/7. Call 360-321-8324 if you need assistance with services, troubleshooting, or equipment drop off and pick up.

Public Access

We’ve taken measures recommended by health authorities and closed facilities to the public. We continue to train and equip our employees to take all recommended precautions so that you can feel safe when visiting your home or business.

Reliable Network

Our network is engineered and built for capacity, speed, reliability and expansion. We have excess capacity as usage increases and we stand by ready to address any issues.

This content is provided for information purposes only. All information included herein is subject to change without notice. Whidbey Telecom is not responsible for any direct or indirect damages, arising from or related to use or reliance of the below content.


The following are a list of resources and websites with the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 and public health concerns.

Island County Public Health

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

World Health Organization

Washington State

FTC Consumer Information

Low-Income Voice & Internet Options

Whidbey Telecom participates in the Federal Lifeline program and Tribal Link-Up program. Under the Lifeline program, qualifying low-income consumers receive a discount off of the monthly rate for residential voice or broadband service.

Lifeline Program
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