Schedule Your Install Today January 27, 2017
Sea Ranch Connect installations are happening in the south end of Sea Ranch! For residents in units 7, 14, 18, 18B, 19, 20, 21, 29A, 30, 30A and 36A you should be scheduling your in-home installation appointment. Start by clicking the button below to get your appointment scheduled. Do it now before you have to wait for a later date!
Don’t forget you can order Sea Ranch Connect Telephone service at the same time!
Sea Ranch Connect Telephone service is being rolled out for subscribers who ordered a new telephone number! For those subscribers who requested and existing telephone number to be ported you will receive information from provisioning when the completion of the porting process is completed. The porting process can take several weeks to complete. Remember not to disconnect your existing service until your Sea Ranch Connect Telephone has been activated.
To review billing statements, payment information and more, the My Account button located at the top right of the Sea Ranch Connect page, allows you to access and manage your Sea Ranch Connect account details.
If you opted for Sea Ranch Connect Telephone the Telephone Service Portal is an advanced system which allows you to access and control your Sea Ranch Connect Telephone account for almost everything. You can access call logs, manage features such as enhanced voicemail, ring timer, speed dial manager, phone book, enhanced call forwarding and more.
Construction crews will continue boring under driveways and streets in Unit 19, 17, and 10. Primary streets include Schooner, Longmeadow, Timber Ridge/Sea Forest and a number of associated side streets including cul-de-sacs. Motorists should be aware of equipment working alongside various roads.
Installations from the street to individual homes and cable installation work will occur in Unit 19 (Schooner area). Cable pulling and splicing will occur in several areas including but not limited to Units 17, 18 and 18B (Headlands Reach and Close area). None of this work is very intrusive and should not cause inconvenience for residents.
All construction activities are “weather permitting.” Weather should not interfere with in-home installations.
See a list of the top 10 most common and frequently asked questions by Sea Ranch Connect subscribers.