BBT is looking for a competent part time Office Assistant. The ideal candidate will be hard-working and able to undertake a variety of office support tasks and work diligently under pressure. Light bookkeeping experience would be a plus. This person will be comfortable working with a high degree of attention to detail and discretion. Schedule… Read More »
Beginning Tuesday, September 3, 2019 our office hours will change as follows: Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm For all your internet and voice needs, call us at 1.800.592.4781.
Cybersecurity, connecting and protecting borders are a high priority for BBT. Read more here.
BBT is excited to announce new summer business hours. Beginning May 28, 2019 through September 3, 2019 BBT’s hours of operation will be as follows: Monday -Thursday: 7:00 am – 6:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am – noon For prompt assistance with inquires/questions please make note of the following: For Internet Support, please call our 24/7 Help desk… Read More »
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We are proud to announce the acquisition of the wireless internet business currently owned by DirectBytes in Fort Stockton. The entire staff at BBT, welcomes all DirectBytes customers to the BBT family. We are thrilled to have you with us! We will take over operations of all DirectBytes high-speed internet services on Monday, April… Read More »
Alpine, Marfa and Marathon residents are showing interest in BBT Fiber. Talk to your neighbors and ask them to sign up. Visit https://connect.bigbend.net/ and Band Together for BBT Fiber!
If you live in Alpine or Marfa in one of these two neighborhoods and you’re interested in BBT Fiber, then visit the link below to sign up. Talk to your neighbors and encourage them to sign up. You don’t live in one of these neighborhoods? No worries, call us and we’ll look into your… Read More »
BBT is proud to announce that we were selected for a regional project in conjunction with the Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission (PBRPC). It was recently determined that alternate routes were needed to ensure that the region’s residents would never be isolated from reliable 9-1-1 services. Previously if a network issue developed some residents might… Read More »
Fifty-eight years ago Neville Haynes recognized the need for communication in West Texas and filled out an application to the Motorola Corporation he found in a magazine. In answer to that application, coupled with Neville’s determination to serve the people of the Big Bend region, an FCC license was granted and in 1960 Big Bend… Read More »