Valley Telephone Cooperative's deregulated subsidiary of VTX Communications or VTX1, was first established in 1992. VTX Communications keeps 12 counties of south Texas connected to the web through fiber, DSL and wireless Internet networks. Valley Telephone Cooperative, also known as VTCI, began in 1952 in an effort to serve telephone service to rural regions of the Rio Grande Valley the larger telephone companies refused to expand service networks into. VTCI, along with subsidiaries VTX Communications and VTX Telecom, continues to provide ever-improving bandwidth and connectivity to members and customers of this otherwise underserved region.
Membership of VTCI includes over 4,000 South Texans
Over 5200 miles of fiber optic and copper cabling operated by the Coop and 1500 miles contributed by subsidiaries provide customers with service
VTX1 also provides phone and TV services
VTX1 provides its offerings to business and residential customers
Valley Telephone Cooperative Internet Plans & Pricing
We currently do not have any plans available for Valley Telephone Cooperative.
Valley Telephone Cooperative offers Internet service via the following technologies: FiberFixed Wireless.
Valley Telephone Cooperative is available in the following cities: Laredo, TX, Brownsville, TX, Mcallen, TX, Edinburg, TX, Mission, TX, Pharr, TX, Harlingen, TX, Sierra Vista, AZ, Weslaco, TX, San Juan, TX, San Benito, TX, Alice, TX, Alamo, TX, Douglas, AZ, Mercedes, TX, Donna, TX, Rio Grande City, TX, Hidalgo, TX, Raymondville, TX, Silver City, NM, Roma, TX, Safford, AZ, Pearsall, TX, Pleasanton, TX and Hondo, TX and many more.