TCC continues our tradition of providing only the best service to all New Yorker’s – especially during catastrophic emergencies.
Long before other companies brought the internet to city streets, TCC was offering access to the internet on payphone web terminals.
Founded in 1984 by Dennis Novick, TCC Teleplex introduced over 2,500 state of the art public payphones throughout New York and was the largest independent provider of Public Telecom and Internet services. The company went on to introduce the first internet-payphone kiosks at Madison Square Garden and other key highly trafficked locations spanning New York.
We pride ourselves on the service we provide to our community, such as bringing hundreds of coin operated “smart” phones and ad kiosks to Downtown Jamaica, Queens when Verizon would not invest in the Jamaica Business Improvement District (BID). TCC did the same for the Fulton Mall BID with 150 special Wifi-phone kiosks. TCC also later added smart payphones to the bus shelters along Fulton Street in Downtown Brooklyn. We offered free phone service to Haiti on thousands of payphones so that Haitian New Yorkers could call their family and friends after an earthquake devastated the country in 2010. Following the September 11th terrorist attack, TCC was essential in providing phone service to New Yorkers by opening up hundreds of public payphones for free calls.
Now TCC Teleplex will manufacture and provide improved Internet kiosks to all MTA train stations and platforms, so that New Yorkers are never without service.
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