Welcome to GBT!

We have the communication services you need…including GIG Certified Internet

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STREAMIT: YOUR NEWEST TV OPTION

Between Set Top Box fees, HD content fees, and DVR fees, the average home pays over $360 a year in just added equipment and feature fees. That’s after you paid a hefty installation cost. We think that’s ridiculous, so we started building our StreamIT product by erasing ALL of those “added fees.”

Foundation for Rural Service Community Grant Program

GBT is proud to sponsor the 2021 Foundation for Rural Service Community Grant Program, which invests funds to support local efforts of non-profit entities to build and sustain a high quality of life in rural America.  In GBT’s 6 years of participation, 5 project applications have won, totaling nearly $18,000 in grant funds invested in the GBT service area!

Being a GBT Customer not only allows you access to this National Grant Program, it gives you the expertise of a grant writer who will review submitted applications to improve your project’s chances for winning!

Grants range from $250 to $5,000 in the categories below.  Contact Kara Jecha for more information and to submit completed applications at kjecha@gbtlive.com or 785-372-4236.  All proposals must be received by August 1, 2021.

Need FAST internet? Your GIG is here!

GBT was recently certified by the NTCA as being able to provide Gigabit Broadband to our communities. We join a select group of rural telecommunication service providers that are able to deliver this level of high-speed Internet. For more information on what this means to you and your community, please click on the button below. GBT is also recognized as a Smart Rural Community by the NTCA. The designation recognizes GBT’s dedication to delivering new broadband resources and next generation ideas for education, telehealth services, work flexibility, public safety and security.

Welcome to GBT - We provide GIG internet to many of the Kansas communitie we serve
Welcome to GBT - We are a Smart Rural Community as selected by the NTCA.
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