Serving the Texas telecommunications industry since 1905

Texas Telephone Association

The Texas Telephone Association, founded in 1905, represents telecommunications companies that are driving economic development and innovation to benefit consumers, business, schools and hospitals across Texas. With voice, data, high-speed Internet and other telecommunications services, the Texas telecommunications industry keeps millions of Texas consumers and businesses connected. Through investment and innovation in high-speed broadband networks, the industry it is driving growth in the Texas economy. The Texas Telephone Association, with a diverse membership ranging from publicly traded corporations to small businesses and cooperatives, is dedicated to advancing and enhancing the telecommunications industry in Texas.

Voice for Telecommunications

A few of the areas where the Texas Telephone Association works on behalf of members.

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We strive to educate our members about the latest industry trends and developments.
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Around the Texas Capitol

TTA serves as an advocate before the Texas Legislature and state agencies on important issues impacting the telecommunications industry.
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Texas Telephone Association

DID YOU KNOW
That Btel helped facilitate a Fire Prevention Art Contest through Telcom Insurance!? Out of over 400 entries, 7 students from Brazoria WON or tied for first, second or third! We are so proud of all of the kids that entered in the art contest and a HUGE congratulations to all of the winners!
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No job too big. Proud to be building our nation's technology infrastructure. #ADBALLIN ... See MoreSee Less

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The latest issue of our newsletter Texas Telephone Association Today is out. https://t.co/9jk9XHYxer #telecom

For farmers, #broadband is a necessity, not a luxury https://t.co/Y5gxJ8MCwh @thehill

FCC leaders say we need a 'national mission' to fix rural broadband https://t.co/9BfcyP7yXa via@CNET

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