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.
HTC Telephone Listings / Yellow Pages2020 Highland County, VA: Telephone Directory*
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April 13 2020
At the regular scheduled meeting April 9 2020 the Highland Telephone Cooperative Board of Directors voted to postpone the annual stock holders meeting scheduled for May 1 2020, due to the Corona virus outbreak. Members will be notified at a later date as to when the meeting will be rescheduled. Proxies will be mailed to members about three weeks prior to the new annual meeting date and need to be returned to the telephone office by the rescheduled date.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to develop, HTC is taking precautionary measures for the continued safety and protection of our members and our staff. Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, HTC will continue to operate our regular office hours of 8 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday thru Friday; however, the office doors will be locked during these hours.
We recommend members conduct their business with us by telephone, email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or regular mail. Should an in-person visit be needed, please ring the bell located on the left side of the entry door for assistance. We encourage 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.
HTC will review these precautionary measures weekly and provide updates as needed.
Please exercise standard hygiene practices to help reduce the spread of the virus and keep yourself as well as others safe. If you or a family member is not feeling well, please stay at home until you are feeling better.
Your cooperation and understanding for your safety as well as our own are of upmost importance during this outbreak. 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 member 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 business office at 540-468-2131 or email address email@example.com.