PVT’s Telecommunications Assistance Program
Peñasco Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (PVT) is a quality telecommunications service provider who provides basic and enhanced services at reasonable rates within its service territory.
Low-income individuals may be eligible for discounts from their basic local service charge through federal-specifed telephone or internet assistance plans such as Lifeline. Since 1985, Lifeline has helped millions of Americans connect to what’s important – family, work, doctors, and emergency services – by making telephone or internet service more affordable for qualified families. Lifeline is a government program that provides a monthly discount on telephone service or internet service to qualified households. You may qualify for Lifeline if
- your total household income is at or below 135% of the federal poverty guidelines; or
- if you, your dependent or your household receives government assistance.
Lifeline is available on one telephone line or qualified internet access service per household and is nontransferable.
To see if you qualify for Lifeline, please use the verify your eligibility with the Lifeline National Verifier. Application forms are also available at our offices.
PVT provides access to operator and directory assistance and your choice of long distance companies. Basic services are offered to all consumers in the PVT service territories at the rates, terms and conditions specified in the Company’s tariffs lists. Other charges, surcharges and taxes may apply. PVT follows the regulations and guidelines set by the FCC and the State of New Mexico.
If you have any questions regarding the Company’s services, please call us at 1-800-505-4844 or visit our corporate office at:
4011 West Main
Artesia, New Mexico
or the Customer Support Center at:
2682 U.S. Highway 82
Mayhill, New Mexico.