Drumroll, please: We are excited to announce that our newly redesigned website is now live!
The redesign includes a number of exciting new features that will make your online experience even more enjoyable. From streamlined menus and simplified navigation to a fully customized HTC Connect portal and much more, we think you’ll love the modifications.
As always, our goal is to not only deliver superior content on all products and services, but to also provide exceptional customer service to our members and community.
Be sure to explore the new site at www.htcinc.net — we look forward to staying connected with you!
Many plans claim to be a family plan without offering much flexibility in sharing options.
With an AT&T Mobile Share FlexSM plan at HTC, you can get up to 10 phones, tablets and other devices to share between family members.
Perhaps most importantly, there are NO overage charges if you exceed your high-speed data allotments — and that means no more family fights over who is using too much data.
In addition to unlimited talk and text, you can enjoy Rollover DataSM, which lets you roll your unused data over into the next month. And, HTC wireless customers qualify for a $10 autopay and paperless billing discount!
Keep an eye out — we have your winter reading on the way!
Pour a piping-hot cup of tea and cuddle up for heartwarming stories from the winter edition of Life Connections.
This issue takes a deep dive into Palmetto Farms, explores the creations of a local artist, offers tips and tricks for heart health, takes a closer look at what the repeal of net neutrality means for HTC customers, and so much more.
We look forward to helping connect you to the amazing people and stories right here in our own community!
The flu has been heavily circulating throughout the nation, and Horry County is no exception, unfortunately. While the winter months always manage to stir up sicknesses in the community, there are a few key preventive measures you can take.
Some of these you already know, but it’s always good to get a reminder — follow these tips for a healthy February:
Wash your hands with soap and warm water often, especially after bathroom visits, touching your face, coughing, wiping your nose or handling public/shared objects like gas pumps.
If you have a fever, STAY HOME. This not only ensures your body can properly heal, but it protects your fellow community members from picking up your illness. While it can be tempting to avoid using a sick day at work or to try and tough it out, you aren’t doing anyone any favors.
If you do visit a clinic or doctor’s office, please put on a mask when you enter if you are coughing, have body aches or have fever. It may initially seem like a minor inconvenience, but it will keep the outbreak from spreading.
If you have to cough, cough into the inner elbow of your shirt (versus covering your mouth with your hand) — this helps keep germs from spreading into the air or to your own hands.
For more information on flu-prevention tips and advice, you can visit cdc.gov/flu.