It all began in 1910 when H.C. (Hiram) Bond realized the potential of the telephone and established the existence of Reynolds Telephone Company. In doing so, his entrepreneurial vision launched a legacy of telecommunication services which continues today as Public Service Telephone Company (PSTC) and serves the needs of seven different exchanges. It has survived the Great Depression, two world wars, and various recessions throughout its century of existence. During this span of time, telephone technology and the processing of voice/analog /digital communication have gone through monumental changes. Today, Public Service Communications, the parent company of PSTC, has many subsidiaries covering a wide array of services including voice, data, broadband, and cable- deployed over copper, cable, fiber, and wireless technologies.
Our Mission is to bring the latest technology to rural areas of Central Georgia, as is customary to our long standing heritage while offering our customers affordable prices with exceptional customer service. Public Service Telephone Company will continue to be responsible members of the communities we serve and would like to thank each and every customer for buying “local” and supporting Public Service over the past 100 years,