ABOUT TCC TELEPLEX
TCC Teleplex has been in the business of providing Public Telecommunications and Informational services since 1984. We introduced thousands of state-of-the-art public payphones throughout New York City and were proud to be the largest independent provider of Public Telecom, Internet, and Informational services. In 2002, TCC Teleplex deployed the world’s first multimedia internet kiosk with Wi-Fi in Midtown Manhattan and other highly-trafficked locations. Learn more.
THE COMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTION
TCC Teleplex is committed to revolutionizing the delivery of Public Telecommunication and Informational services via our new digital fiber network, supported by our latest Multimedia Internet Access Portal (IAP) kiosks, which are currently under development.
What makes us different from others?
You can count on us to provide reliable, free service even in emergency situations.
Wifi kiosks currently situated throughout the city do not offer reliable phone service. Internet calls do not always go through given that they go through a Wifi and VoIP network and sound quality is often dismal. In an emergency situation, such as a terrorist attack or natural disaster, cellular networks are often knocked out, making it impossible to contact family and loved ones, or even access 911 and 311.
With our kiosks, we will provide quality service with reliable phone and internet access. Our Internet Access Portal (IAP) kiosks will be spread throughout the entire New York Transit Subway System in all five boroughs, including the main commuter stations of Grand Central Station and Penn Station, as well as the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) System and the entire New Haven and Metro North commuter systems. With multimedia internet and Wifi kiosks on all train platforms, you will never have to worry about your phone dying or lack of phone service. Our kiosks will also ensure that access to a phone line to call family and loved ones is readily available in the event of a terrorist attack or natural disaster. LEARN ABOUT OUR NEW TECHNOLOGIES.
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