Debden Rural Telephone Company 1971-1977

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Debden Rural Telephone Company 1971-1977

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The Debden Rural Telephone Company was formed in 1971 absorbing the Mattes Rural Telephone Co. (1960-1971) and the Ormeaux-Victoire Rural Telephone Co. (1960-1971). Organized and administered by local residents, the Debden Rural Telephone Co. (RTC) provided telephone service for the rural Debden area. In 1977 Sask Tel absorbed Debden RTC under the Voluntary Assimilation program, with Sask Tel assuming full responsibility for providing telephone service to the rural company's subscribers.

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