Serving the San Luis Valley since 1960
Give us a call at (719) 852-3591 or (800) 953-3591
We offer Communication Site Lease, two-way radios, cellular service, paging, and tower services for the San Luis Valley, which includes Conejos, Costilla, Alamosa, Mineral, Rio Grande, and Saguache Counties.
 

NOTICE TO NEW AND EXISTING SUBSCRIBERS REGARDING TRANSMISSION OF WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS (Commercial Mobile Alert Service)

Valley Communications presently does not transmit wireless emergency alerts. Notice required by FCC Rule 47 CFR 10.240 (Commercial Mobile Alert Service).

Here is a link to Contact Wireless so that you can send a page from anywhere.

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Valley Communications provides 2-way radio and paging throughout the San Luis Valley.  It is simple, easy to use and gives you instant communication with your entire team.


We have a new product.  We have always kept you going with our complete line of Two Way radio Batteries and now there is an even better way to keep your units charged all the time.  This is a new two way radio battery with a built in MICRO USB charging port.  It comes with AC/DC adapter and a MICRO USB charging cable.  CHARGE YOUR RADIO LIKE A CELL PHONE.  Please check out the video.  This is a brand new product and has limited availability currently but new models are on the way very soon.
With cell phone plans getting more and more expensive with data packages and such many people are looking at 2-way radio communication.  It is quick, easy, instant and much less expensive per month.  Not to mention that the radios are much tougher than smart phones. Please take a moment to check out the entire website to see all of the products and services that we provide.  Then just give us a call or send us an email for further information. 
The best and easiest way to cover the valley and communicate instantly with your team.
A picture of the Saguache Peak site.
Here is our San Antonio Mountain Site.
This is our Aqua Ramon Mountain Electronic Site located just north of South Fork, CO
This is one of my favorites, the view of our Bristol Head Peak Electronic Site.