Welcome to the Highland Telephone Cooperative Website
In the early 1900's, in much of the rural area and communities which the Cooperative serves, telephone service was either very deteriorated or nonexistent. In Highland County, the need for a central legal entity led to the chartering of Mutual Telephone of Highland, Inc. on February 13, 1905.
To help keep our community better connected HTC is now offering 12 party conference calling to our members. For more information please call the business office at 468-2131.
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Highland Telephone cordially invites you to the 2021 Annual Stockholders Meeting to be held on Friday, May 7th at 7:00PM at The Highland Center. Voting will be restricted to voting by proxy only. Please ensure that proxies are returned to the office by April 30th. All members returning proxies will be eligible to win door prizes. HTC will regretfully not be serving refreshments for this meeting.
The fiber optic to the premises project is continuing in our service areas. Construction of fiber optic cables will include the entire Mill Gap (499) exchange and continue east along Route 84 before finishing at Vanderpool. Other areas include Meadowdale Rd and the southern end of Dug Bank Rd. ER Excavating & Utilities located in Moorefield, WV will be the contractor HTC has acquired for completing the majority of the construction. ER Excavating & Utilities will be attaching the fiber cable to your premises, however, HTC personnel will contact you to complete the connection to the inside of the home by appointment at a later date. HTC does not anticipate any service interruptions during the construction phase or installation period.
The purpose of the project is to replace the existing HTC service in the home with a new fiber optic broadband network, therefore, providing the customer with faster and more reliable broadband speeds. The contractors are responsible for leaving the property to the homeowner’s expectations. If there are any obstructions that HTC needs to be aware of, or if necessary to schedule a site visit for relocation, please contact the HTC Business Office at 540-468-2131 to discuss the matter. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this construction phase and look forward to continuing to provide the latest in telecommunication services.
Highland Telephone Cooperative has opened our business office to public walk-in. We encourage our customers to social distance and wear face coverings when entering our business office. HTC encourages members to make their payments either online (www.htcnet.org and click on ‘Pay Bill Online’), by phone (1-833-890-6261) or by dropping your payment in the outside payment box located at our driveway entrance. Thank you for your understanding.
Your cooperation and understanding for your safety as well as our own are of upmost importance during this pandemic. We value all of our members and appreciate your business.
Since 1905, HTC has remained member owned, customer focused and service driven. We work everyday to improve the quality of life for our members and our region. We aim to accomplish this by providing a premier broadband service. You will hear more about our progress as we move forward in the upcoming year. For more information, contact our office at 540-468-2131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.