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Valley Telephone Cooperative Plans and Pricing

Valley Telephone Cooperative

Valley Telephone Cooperative Plans and Pricing

Valley Telephone Cooperative offers Internet service to approximately 1,315,054 people in 189 cities over 4 states.

Valley Telephone Cooperative offers Internet service via the following technologies: Fiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless

Availability Overview

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Valley Telephone Cooperative is available in 4 states.

Top 10 cities serviced by Valley Telephone Cooperative

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
Brownsville, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
90.10%
McAllen, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
99.79%
Edinburg, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
96.22%
Mission, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
99.84%
Pharr, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
100.00%
Harlingen, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
100.00%
Weslaco, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
100.00%
San Juan, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
100.00%
San Benito, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
100.00%
Alice, TX30 Mbps5 MbpsFiber, DSL and Fixed Wireless
100.00%
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Valley Telephone Cooperative Rankings
Valley Telephone Cooperative provides Internet and telephone service to homes and small businesses in South Texas. Pricing seems to be customizable and continigent on service area and products desired. Although their services are only available in certain regions they continue to campaign for Rural Broadband initiatives.
Reliability7
Customer Service6
Pricing5
Ease of Installation7
Account Management4
Technology & Equipment4
Contract Terms4
Rating5
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