Technology and telecommunications are constantly changing, and we at HCTC work to meet these changes and the challenges they bring head-on. For the latest on business developments, personnel changes, technology upgrades, service promotions, product rollouts and other important information, click on the links below or check out our current news releases and newsletters.


HCTC’s Efforts to Promote Education Lead to Smart Rural Community Showcase Award

June 4, 2021

CTC is enthusiastically engaged in the communities it serves, and those efforts haven’t gone unnoticed. The cooperative’s recent endeavor to help local high school students has earned HCTC a prestigious…

Make the Connection – Wi-Fi links your devices to the internet.

May 28, 2021

  We search for it. We ask for it. Sometimes, we even share it. But what exactly is Wi-Fi? At its most basic, Wi-Fi is a wireless networking standard that…


May 21, 2021

MANDATORY 10-DIGIT DIALING Ten-digit dialing will become mandatory this fall. Wondering what this means for you? What is 10-digit dialing? All calls will require you to dial the area code…


May 15, 2021

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! May 15 marks the 70th anniversary of the approval of the Hill Country Telephone Cooperative’s charter by the Texas Secretary of State. Thanks to our members, customers and…

A Legacy of Service – Together We’ve Created a Foundation for the Future.

May 14, 2021

Connecting a rural community such as ours to the world has never been easy. Decades ago, crews strung telephone lines across a landscape that large national companies chose to ignore,…

Secure Your Internet of Things

May 7, 2021

The Instant Pot, a pressure cooker, is one of the most popular small kitchen appliances of recent years. Naturally, there’s a model capable of connecting to the internet via Wi-Fi…

Broadband is Critical for Working From Home

April 30, 2021

By Shirley Bloomfield | CEO NTCA – The Rural Broadband Association Nearly all of us have spent at least some time this past year working from home. And while remote…

Get a Sweet Office Suite

April 2, 2021

From free to pro-grade, find the tools you need. A good office suite with its three core applications — a word processor, a spreadsheet and a presentation program — is…

The Price of Entertainment

March 19, 2021

Consumers can tap into a rushing stream of content delivered across devices ranging from TVs to smartphones. Sports, news, movies, comedies, dramas, music — the list of options is seemingly…

How Fast is Broadband?

March 12, 2021

By STEPHEN V. SMITH We as a nation need to rethink what is considered true broadband connection speeds. That’s the message telecom industry leaders recently sent to the Federal Communications…

Equipping and Enabling Vibrant Rural Communities

March 10, 2021

The 2020 census data will be coming out this year — and despite what the headlines may say, I’m here to tell you that rural America is alive and well….

Bringing a Splash of Color to Comfort

March 9, 2021

Students let their creativity shine in HCTC building mural Story by ANDREA AGARDY | Photography by GABE HERRERA   When Gabe Herrera, a graphic designer at HCTC, had the idea…

Here’s to Hope

March 5, 2021

NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association By SHIRLEY BLOOMFIELD, CEO In 2021 the pandemic has made it clear that every American needs broadband to thrive. We need it for work, for school,…

Building Bright Futures

February 19, 2021

HCTC scholarship winners are thriving after college HCTC believes education is the key to prosperity. As an engaged member of the communities it serves, the cooperative is proud to support…

History never gets old for Joe Herring Jr.

February 12, 2021

Local businessman shares his love of the past through his writing Did you know that Louise Hays Park hosted waterskiing stunt shows in the 1950s or that Kerrville’s first library…

Taking a shortcut: Master your keyboard

February 5, 2021

Scientist George Washington Carver famously said, “There is no shortcut to achievement.” However, if you’re tired of using your mouse to hunt through menus looking for basic computer commands or…

HCTC honored with Smart Rural Community designation

January 29, 2021

HCTC was recently named a recipient of the prestigious Smart Rural Community designation by NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association. The Smart Rural Community program promotes rural broadband and its role in…

Resolve to Master Streaming TV in 2021

January 22, 2021

Each year at this time, I usually find myself looking ahead at all of the promise of the new year. Many of us will consider resolutions we can make to…

Don’t ZOOM into trouble

January 15, 2021

Do learn the secrets to a great virtual meeting. There are some gaffes co-workers never forget. And with the likes of Zoom, GoToMeeting and FaceTime bringing business gatherings into many…

To expand broadband access, we must protect our supply chains

January 8, 2021

We at NTCA are encouraged to see rural broadband take center stage as people talk about how to improve our nation’s infrastructure. While grappling with a pandemic, more people than…

Buck Wild Animal Rescue & Wildlife Rehab is always ready to help

October 29, 2020

Katie Buck was taking care of animals before she was old enough to take care of herself. “I’ve done it my entire life,” she says. “My grandfather had animals. I…

Making a change

October 29, 2020

High-speed connections power service organizations across the country In March 2020, Chowgirls Killer Catering in Minneapolis was busy preparing for its Sweet 16 party, complete with signature food and a…

Living, breathing history

October 29, 2020

Y.O. Ranch Headquarters blends ranching traditions with modern comforts When Byron and Sandra Sadler bought a portion of the storied Y.O. Ranch in 2015, they knew they were getting more…

Tune up your tech

October 29, 2020

Three tips — and a bonus — to make your devices hum Gadgets, gifts and gizmos can brighten the holidays. And a few prudent steps can help you keep pesky…

Festival of Lights – Have a Merry Time

October 29, 2020

The lights shine bright across the Lone Star State every holiday season, but perhaps nowhere more so than on San Antonio’s River Walk when they change from white to the…

HCTC honored for keeping students and teachers connected

October 29, 2020

HCTC is among the inaugural honorees of the Federal Communications Commission’s Digital Opportunity Equity Recognition (DOER) Program. The program was created to acknowledge the tireless efforts of Americans working to…


October 29, 2020

HCTC’s participation in CoBank’s 2020 Sharing Success Program will result in a total charitable contribution of $20,000 to local organizations. “In these uncertain times, HCTC wants to ensure that the…

Thank you to ‘the helpers’

October 29, 2020

When times are tough, it’s probably a good time to go back to one of America’s most respected and revered voices: Mr. Rogers. And, let’s face it. We’ve had some…

Being thankful for broadband in 2020

October 29, 2020

When you’re making your list of things to be thankful for this season, make room for this: “access to broadband from a reliable, community-based provider.” This year has taught us…


October 23, 2020

Local band has Kerrville area buzzing The Vanishing Bees make a promise to the people who come out to see them perform — you’ll never see the same show twice….

All aboard! Nautical Nation sets sail

October 16, 2020

Story by ANDREA AGARDY Photography by GABE RENE PHOTOGRAPHY James Keith Asbury spent a lot of time as a kid at his family’s business, where he first stepped onto a…

Stay Secure

October 9, 2020

A VPN offers a layer of protection when you’re on the go Kerry Sutton Privacy and security on the internet are vital as more and more of our daily lives…

Bringing People Together When We Have to be Apart

September 25, 2020

CRAIG COOK Chief Executive Officer The original founders of our cooperative knew technology could help them keep in touch with others near and far. For decades, technology has allowed this…

Can You See Me Now?: Videoconferencing technologies empower remote work

September 18, 2020

If you’ve found yourself logging on for more video meetings at work lately, you’re not alone. According to the 2019 Impact of Video Conferencing Report by Life-size, 48% of business…

Broadband Matters Now More Than Ever

September 11, 2020

Rural broadband providers are supporting two critical bills making their way through Congress. One would secure present efforts to keep you connected, while the other provides support for future broadband…


August 28, 2020

OBSERVATORY USES THE INTERNET TO SHARE THE WONDERS OF SPACE Tucked away in the Texas Hill Country, an area known for the beauty of its landscapes, is a facility that…


August 14, 2020

If you’ve been looking to take a very real plunge into virtual reality, you can’t go wrong with the Oculus Quest. The key difference between the Quest and other headsets…

Level Up

August 7, 2020

Match your need with your speed The old saying “a watched pot never boils” speaks to how slowly time can seem to pass. A newer saying, “a watched file never…

Thank You to Our Farmers and Ranchers

July 24, 2020

CRAIG COOK Chief Executive Officer There are many ways this year’s pandemic is going to change the way America thinks about things. One of those ways, I hope, is that…

The Six-Second Commute

July 17, 2020

Work from home policies boost productivity According to a 2017 Gallup poll, 43% of employed Americans have spent at least some time working remotely. U.S. census data released in 2018…

Taking the Rural Broadband Story to the Senate

July 10, 2020

In mid-May, I appeared before the Senate Commerce Committee to discuss the status of broadband during this time of crisis that has so many Americans working, learning and socializing from…

Improving Lives One Student at a Time

April 30, 2020

Families & Literacy, Inc. offers adult education Education can unlock doors to a host of opportunities, and one organization in Kerrville works to ensure everyone has a key. Families &…

A Class of Their Own

April 24, 2020

Broadband brings education to students on their schedule In 2012, Aziza Zemrani was busily putting together an accelerated online program for the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. The curriculum…

Turning Intuition Into Ambition

April 17, 2020

School district puts technology into students’ hands From pre-K students using touch screens to learn their ABCs to high schoolers studying computer science, the Ingram Independent School District is preparing…

Money Matters: Turn to Online Tools

April 10, 2020

Tax season is far from anyone’s favorite time of the year, but it’s a good opportunity to take stock of your finances. In the past, this may have meant visiting…

Shutterbugs In Training

April 8, 2020

HCTC Graphic Designer Gabe Herrera taught photography techniques to a group of seventh graders in the Destination Imagination class at Notre Dame Catholic School. This photo shows how students are…

The Birdiest Festival in America

April 3, 2020

For more than a decade, Corpus Christi has celebrated its designation as the “Birdiest City in North America.” Thousands of people flock to the coastal town every year to see…

Stand Up and Be Counted — It Matters

March 27, 2020

How important is the 2020 census? For rural areas like ours, $675 billion is at stake. In mid-March the U.S. Census Bureau will send postcards to most addresses in Texas…

Stay Safe This Spring

March 25, 2020

Along with longer days, warmer weather and blossoming flowers, spring often also brings severe weather — including lightning, strong winds and hail. Here are a few tips for protecting your…

HCTC Signs Onto the FCC’s “Keep Americans Connected Pledge”

March 20, 2020

Last week, the FCC issued a press release detailing its efforts to ensure that during the current pandemic, Americans who are affected will not lose access to their broadband or telephone connectivity. The FCC has termed this effort as the “Keep Americans Connected Pledge.”

Maybe it’s Not So Smart

March 20, 2020

Streaming Boxes Can Add a Layer of TV Security Is your TV watching you? Could it be a backdoor to your private information? Those are questions recently posed by the…

Understanding the Census

March 13, 2020

Once a decade, the United States counts its citizens. This results in a treasure trove of data relevant to politics, businesses, schools and much more. For example, federal agencies use…


March 11, 2020

HCTC is aware that some members may have recently received notification of a reward offer appearing to come from HCTC. Please note that this advertisement is not from HCTC. Such…

Let’s ‘build once’ under RDOF

March 6, 2020

As an organization representing rural broadband providers, we are excited about the FCC’s plans to invest $20.4 billion to bring affordable high-speed broadband to rural Americans. While the agency’s Rural…

Quality Care Close to Home: Telemedicine Brings Specialists to Peterson Regional Patients

February 28, 2020

Accessing specialized medical care can be challenging for patients living outside large metropolitan areas, which is why Peterson Regional Medical Center invested in technology that allows patients to see hard-to-find…

Technology You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

February 21, 2020

3D printer helps Kerrville dental lab serve patients better Patients in need of a dental appliance are getting out of the dentist’s chair and back to their lives faster than…

Are You Ready For a Telehealth Future?

February 14, 2020

The presence of reliable broadband service holds great promise for rural America. While it touches many facets of life, broadband’s greatest impact may very well be in the area of…

Telemedicine Changes the Health Care Landscape

February 7, 2020

Broadband makes a difference daily Imagine a world with greater health care accessibility, as convenient as contacting a physician from your home. Or consider a medical system where rural communities…

Protect Yourself: Great Passwords Make a Difference

January 31, 2020

Passwords — the dirty little secret is that no matter how many numb3rs you put in them or how many uPperCase-loweRcaSe combinations you use, they are vulnerable. So, what can…

Knowledge is Power: Does Your Digital Know-how Stand Up?

January 24, 2020

Convenience and power. Internet services bring both. Online bill pay eliminates a tedious task. Social media can keep family ties strong or reconnect you with old friends. Streaming services bring…

Attention Seniors!

January 17, 2020

HCTC is accepting applications for the 2020 HCTC scholarships available to graduating seniors who will attend a college or a technical school during the 2020-2021 school year. Above-average grades are…

We’ve Arrived in the Future

January 10, 2020

Welcome to 2020! I sincerely hope you and those close to you had a superb holiday season and that this new year is off to a wonderful start. Something about…

A Good Way to Start the New Year

January 2, 2020

NTCA members make a real difference in their communities, and in the lives of the people they serve. I was reminded of this a few weeks ago when the Foundation…


January 1, 2020

We would like to thank our dedicated employees for their years of excellent service to the cooperative and to our members. Pictured (Left to Right): Steve Shavers – 5 years…


December 31, 2019

Any HCTC member who wishes to change or add to listings in the 2020 telephone directory must act soon. The latest version will be out in May 2020. Please contact…

Like Nintendo, We Go Beyond Technology

December 30, 2019

At first glance, HCTC and Nintendo don’t have a lot in common. Nintendo is a video game giant based in Japan, and we are a small broadband provider in rural…

New Game IN TOWN: Schreiner U Building Esports Program

December 23, 2019

In late summer, Ryan Lucich was still unpacking boxes at his new office at Schreiner University, where he had recently joined the staff to lead the school’s relatively new esports…

Esports Go Mainstream

December 16, 2019

High-speed Connections Create Winners A dozen gaming computers provide an ethereal green glow along the stage at Lander University’s Abney Cultural Center in Greenwood, South Carolina, as esports competitors prepare…

Community is ‘The Point’ for the Hill Country Arts Foundation

December 9, 2019

Theaters put locals in the spotlight Nestled on the banks of the Guadalupe River lies a treasure trove of local artistic talent. Here, the Point Theatre at the Hill Country…

Put Tech Under the Tree

December 2, 2019

The latest gadgets make perfect gifts The holidays are here again, a wonderful time of year when friends and family gather to celebrate the joy of the season, and finding…

A History of Service: Memorials Honor Heroic Legacies

November 25, 2019

America’s war memorials tell the story of our country. They are places where we can reflect on those who gave their lives for freedom, not only for Americans but also…

Celebrate Rural Health on November 21, 2019

November 20, 2019

Despite the challenges of serving rural America, health care professionals are delivering quality care, embracing technology and finding creative ways to encourage wellness among their rural patients. On Nov. 21,…


November 18, 2019

HCTC employees helped give a hero’s welcome to U.S. Army Cpl. Billy Joe Butler, whose remains were returned home nearly 70 years after he was taken as a prisoner of…

The Perfect Bird: Learn the Secrets to Roasting Turkey

November 11, 2019

Whether a seasoned cook or a first-timer, if you’re in charge of cooking the bird this holiday season, there are tricks to roasting a turkey that you should know. If…

Gaming Generation

November 4, 2019

Millennials — the first lifelong gamers The U.S. launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System in late 1985 helped create an entertainment revolution. The oldest millennials at the time were about…


November 1, 2019

About 700 members and guests attended this year’s annual meeting on Oct. 7. The meeting began with an invocation by Richard McAllister of New Hope Fellowship Church. Vietnam Veterans Commander…

We Need Better Mapping Data

October 28, 2019

Several states have adopted loan and grant programs to help extend service to those areas of rural America still lacking a reliable broadband connection. Beyond its traditional programs, the federal…

The Heat Is On

September 25, 2019

The land where brisket rules Barbecue is a regional thing. In the South, it’s all about the butts. Head to the Midwest, and you’ll find brats on most every grill….

Enter with Hope

September 25, 2019

Growing Schreiner University offers opportunities for future From its Texas Ranger roots to its Presbyterian bent, Schreiner University has always been a uniquely Texas institution, and it continues to be…

Online Opportunities

September 25, 2019

Broadband internet takes education to another level Tomorrow’s workforce may appear very different from today’s due to an expected increase in the number of science, technology, engineering and math jobs….

Ending Cycles Of Abuse And Addiction

September 25, 2019

Women find new directions and meaning As second acts go, Ann Buck’s has proven to be as rewarding as her first. Buck, a former music and women’s pastor in Tulsa,…

Back-to-School Tech

September 25, 2019

Find the right tools for you Technology can’t answer those age-old questions that come up this time of year — “Is it back-to-school time already?” and “What happened to summer?”…

Sharing Success

September 25, 2019

Since 2012, HCTC has participated in the CoBank Sharing Success program, which provides matching grants to deserving nonprofits in its service market. Through this program, HCTC has supported libraries, first…

HCTC Members To Vote On Proposed Bylaw Amendments

September 25, 2019

Two bylaw amendments have been proposed for the consideration of HCTC members during the 2019 election. Proposed amendments No. 1 and No. 2 have been brought forward by the HCTC…

Our Cooperative Mission Gives Us Purpose

September 25, 2019

Business gurus often urge executives to ensure the company they’ve been entrusted to lead is “mission-oriented” or “mission-focused,” and that the organization’s mission should drive progress and establish values. “A…

Be Aware

September 25, 2019

A dose of skepticism and care will foil phone and online scammers. Helpful pop-up messages frequently appear on computer screens, including weather notifications, news alerts or reminders to update software….

Home Prices Boosted by Faster Internet

September 25, 2019

Access to speedy internet service increases the market value of homes, according to a first-of-its-kind study reported online by the Daily The study evaluated 887 “remote rural” counties, which…

Program Helps Small Telcos with Cybersecurity

September 25, 2019

Our lives are impacted in countless ways by broadband internet access. With such connectivity, however, comes threats that must be guarded against, including cyber-attacks targeting network operators. Local, community-based providers…

Lifeline Service

July 11, 2019

LIFELINE IS A FEDERAL PROGRAM TO HELP LOW-INCOME AMERICANS PAY FOR PHONE OR BROADBAND SERVICE Consumers are allowed only one Lifeline program benefit per household. FAQ: How much will Lifeline…

Precision Agriculture – Rural Broadband Creates Opportunities

July 11, 2019

The difference between success and failure for those who work in agriculture is, as it has ever been, small and frequently dependent on unpredictable factors: Too much rain. Not enough…

POWER ON: Guarding Against a Surge

July 11, 2019

POWER ON Guarding against a surge. All big-ticket pieces of electronic equipment are at the mercy of power spikes: your desktop computer, your big-screen TV, your audio system and more….

Broadband Now Awards HCTC Top Honor

July 11, 2019

HCTC was awarded the 2019 “Top Internet Speeds in Texas” within the small provider category by BroadbandNow. The purpose of the BroadbandNow provider awards program is to grant awards to…

Building Communities Locally and Globally

July 11, 2019

The internet has changed the way we define community. Sure, we’ll always have the community where we live. Many of us have a community of faith through our church or…

Retail sales consultant connects with customers

June 20, 2019

Anthony Robbins arrived at HCTC nearly four years ago with a sales background and a penchant for fixing most anything. Now, he’s combining those two things as a retail sales…

Director nominations to open soon

June 5, 2019

The 2019 nominations for HCTC directors will open July 30, with nominations posted by Aug. 23. Petitions for nominations are due on or before Sept. 6. Qualifications and nominations for…

HCTC salutes rural volunteer fire departments

May 17, 2019

HCTC recognizes that for many rural communities, the local volunteer fire departments provide the first line of defense. Volunteer firefighters are local people willing to drop their own work to…

Thank you for an opportunity to serve

May 1, 2019

Greetings, cooperative family! It has been one of the great pleasures of my career to serve as your chief operations officer. As I look ahead to my new role as…

Reward Offer: Scam Alert

March 21, 2019

HCTC is aware that some members may have recently received notification of a reward offer appearing to come from HCTC. Please note that this advertisement is not from HCTC. Such…

Spring, a Time for Renewal and Continued Growth

March 20, 2019

By the time you receive this magazine, our winter should be behind us, and signs of spring will abound. Everyone with your cooperative wishes that all is well with you…

Cook Succeeds Link

March 19, 2019

The board of directors has appointed R. Craig Cook to fill the position of CEO. Current CEO Alan Link announced his resignation in October 2018. Cook, HCTC’s chief operations officer,…

Want to lower your electric bill? Turn to high-tech solutions

March 15, 2019

Smart devices can help you conserve energy and save money by automatically turning off the lights after you’ve left a room, managing heating and cooling throughout the house, and more….


March 13, 2019

Phones, tablets, streaming boxes, smart televisions, desktops, laptops and more provide consumers a wealth of opportunities to go online, resulting in increasingly complex and individualized habits for content consumption. There…

Patients to Have More Access to Telehealth Services in 2020 Under Proposed Medicare Advantage Changes

March 8, 2019

The elderly and disabled who participate in Medicare Advantage programs could see more opportunities for telehealth services next year. The proposed changes, announced in October, would remove barriers and allow…

Broadband and Rural Health Care

March 1, 2019

This magazine brings you stories of businesses operating across the broadband network your telco is building. You read of people who are working from home or getting an online degree…

Lock it down

February 20, 2019

Keep your data safe Once, all you had to worry about in terms of digital security was making sure your antivirus software was up to date. Now, with the host…

Service for all generations

February 11, 2019

One thing that’s great about our business is how our network can have a positive impact on so many people. Broadband benefits everyone from children to seniors even if they…

Thanksgiving Thoughts

November 20, 2018

It has occurred to me that the calendar places our Thanksgiving holiday at just the right point to allow us to pause a bit to reflect and focus upon the…

Sharing the Digital Word

October 4, 2018

For churches in rural communities, spreading the word can be a challenge. Often, pastors rely on personal relationships and word of mouth to reach new parishioners and grow their congregations….

Gig Certified

September 27, 2018

HCTC receives national recognition as Certified Gig-Capable Provider Because of HCTC’s commitment to building a world-class broadband network, residents and businesses of Comfort, Texas have access to gigabit internet speeds…

Cooperatives Carry a Remarkable Legacy

September 27, 2018

Imagine the headlines if this happened today — a group of rural Texas residents raise money to build their own internet network because corporate internet providers determined their area didn’t…

Internet Connected Devices: Are You Well Connected?

July 11, 2018

Stop and count with me for a moment. How many internet-connected devices do you have in your home? For many of us, smartphones and computers are the first internet-connected devices…

Tech-spertise: HCTC Technology Expert

May 24, 2018

Keeping up with the latest in technology can be frustrating. Luckily, HCTC has Systems Administrator Kris LeMeilleur to help figure all that out. “Primarily, I help our employees with their…

Counting on Small Businesses

May 24, 2018

Have you ever thought about what our community would be like without small businesses? For starters, half of us would be out of work because small businesses employ 48 percent…

Keeping Our Part of the ‘Net’ Neutral

April 12, 2018

It’s very rare that telecommunications policy grabs headlines, dominates social media feeds, and leads the news broadcasts. But that’s exactly what we saw after the FCC’s decision on net neutrality….

At Your Service

March 3, 2018

HCTC’s Technology Solutions does it all Computer, network and Wi-Fi issues can plague even the most tech savvy among us, but HCTC’s Technology Solutions can help. And, you don’t have to…

A Future With Fiber

February 28, 2018

Enhancing lives with fiber optic technology High-speed internet has the power to shape lives because fast, reliable broadband can provide entertainment, generate jobs, educate students and far more. HCTC continues…

Linda Reagor Elected to HCTC Board of Directors

October 16, 2017

Linda Reagor, right, is the new director for District 9, the Frio Canyon Exchange. She is taking the place of T. H. “Rocky” Rocchio, left, who retired after 12 years…

HCTC Releases Hunt Fiber and Is Ready For Customers

October 2, 2017

Hill Country Telephone Cooperative (HCTC) recently released the fiber network in the Hunt exchange for service to customers. By upgrading the old copper network to new, state-of-the-art fiber technology, customers…

HCTC Annual Meeting Is Monday

September 28, 2017

The HCTC Annual Meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 2, 2017. Hill Country Telephone Cooperative members are invited to attend. The doors open at 6:30 pm with dinner being served…

Medina Fiber-To-The-Business Project Complete

September 27, 2017

HCTC recently completed a fiber-to-the-business (FTTB) project in Medina. Customers along the main business corridors in Medina are now able to receive high-speed broadband services via newly installed fiber optic…

Computers Suffer From Heat Stress Too

September 25, 2017

We all know that the Texas heat can sometimes become too much to handle, leaving us unmotivated to get any work done. Unless of course, the work involves sitting in…

HCTC Announces Fiber Network Ready in Comfort

September 14, 2017

Hill Country Telephone Cooperative (HCTC) announces that the fiber network is ready to serve customers in most areas within the city limits of Comfort, Texas. Several years ago, HCTC started…

Comfort Open House Draws a Crowd

September 14, 2017

Hill Country Telephone Cooperative (HCTC) recently held an open house at the new Comfort Office at 712 Front Street in Comfort, Texas. The event drew a crowd of 300 people…


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