503 859-2136 | csr@sctcweb.com

Residential Internet

True Unlimited Internet

PTC brings you the fastest most reliable internet in Lyons, Oregon. Our fiber network provides speeds up to 1 GIG with unlimited usage and a connection you can count on.

Get the speed you need*

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1 GIG (1,000 Mbps)



300 Mbps



100 Mbps



50 Mbps


Better Streaming.
Faster Uploads.
Connect More Devices.


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* Higher speeds are only available on our extensive fiber network. Site survey is required for all new customers and upgrades to determine maximum capabilities. * Speeds are “up to” and may vary based on customer location, available facilities, and customer devices.

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Your router’s technology may be outdated without you being aware of it. When shopping for a new router for your home, it may be difficult to know what to purchase—many wireless routers may not send a strong enough Wi-Fi signal to all parts of your house. You may pay for a higher speed internet connection, but your router may not be allowing that level of speed to all your connected devices.

A: Routers are electronic equipment and, as such, have the potential to stop working or work with reduced efficiency. If you add more wireless devices over time, it can impact the performance of your wireless network. With SCTC’s Wi-Fi services, we maintain the router to make sure it operates at peak efficiency. If necessary, we replace the router free of charge. We provide regular router software updates, and our technicians can diagnose and troubleshoot issues remotely.

A: People often use the terms Wi-Fi and internet interchangeably. Wi-Fi and internet are two distinct services and knowing the difference is important: the internet is a network that connects computers around the world. To access the internet, you must subscribe to service from an Internet Service Provider (ISP) such as SCTC. A Wi-Fi network is independent from the internet. The devices in the network connect wirelessly to a Wi-Fi router and together they form a wireless local area network (LAN). The Wi-Fi router is connected to the internet source via a broadband modem (in some cases the modem and Wi-Fi router are one piece of equipment). Devices connected to a Wi-Fi network can work together and share information. You control your Wi-Fi network, including where you place your router, security restrictions, determining what devices can access it, and which devices can share information with other devices.

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