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- CPNI Notice
- Detariff Valley Long Distance legal notice
- Non-Discrimination Statement 2012
- Valley Communications Two Year Contract
- Video Agreement Signature Page
- SD One Call Required Ticket Information
- Telephone Collection Policy (Board Policy No. 108)
- Video, Internet, and Wireless Collection Policy (Board Policy No. 108-A)
- Account/Service Activation Policy (Board Policy No. 108-B)
- Network Management Practices Policy Disclosure
- 2012 HAC Compatibility for Wireless Devices
ValleyTel DSL brochure: High Speeed Internet up to 10 meg is Now Available!
Valley Scholarships for 2012 are Due on April 6th!
The 2012 Valley Telco $500 Scholarship Applications are available. The scholarship information may be obtained from area school guidance counselors or from our headquarters office in Herreid. The application may also be downloaded HERE.
To be considered, each applicant is to submit their answers to a short questionnaire. Applications are judged by an independent third party. The scholarship award applies towards the students second semester of higher education. Complete instructions and requirements are included in the application packet. Completed applications are due in our business office on April 6, 2012. No late applications will be accepted.
The Valley Board of Directors, Staff, & Management are please to assist our area youth in continuing their education. Good Luck!
PUC Warns of Deceitful Billing Scheme
Pierre, S.D. – South Dakota businesses are being targeted in a billing scheme by an out-of-state company that attempts to elicit payment for telecommunications services and/or products that have not been ordered or received, warns the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission. Businesses have reported receiving a document that appears to be an invoice for telecom maintenance agreement from an unfamiliar company. The document instructs the recipient to remit payment of several hundred dollars to an address in California. The PUC has learned that school districts and other public agencies have received the billing.
Businesses that have contacted the PUC confirmed that they have not ordered such services and did not send money to the company. The billing entity did not respond to inquiries made by the PUC.
The PUC advises businesses and individuals to carefully review all inoivces and billng statements they receive and to question any that are from companies not familiar to the recipient.
Businesses or consumers may contact the PUC for assistance by calling 1-800-332-1782 or by emailing PUC@state.sd.us.