North west branch of ojsc megafon network which provides phone calls to east to north and south to west of Houston and Fort Worth, Texas.
The Northwest Corridor of HSH serves Houston, Houston–Tarrant County, Austin, Hays County, and McAllen County, Texas (including McAllens Boulevard) and Austin-Travis County, South Texas (the capital of Yavapai County) and the major cities of Beaumont, Dallas-Fort Worth and Laredo.
In 2017, the company will have 704,000 customers. It is one of four commercial telecommunications companies in the Texas State Systems Corporation (TSC), although it is not a part of any of the other TSC companies.
Since 1996, it has been considered to be a pioneer of digital telecommuting technology within the Texas metropolitan area, and has been the target of several politically charged lawsuits and legal challenges to its business practices and marketing materials.
The company's products are most famously for their employees' daily digital transactions, especially debit and credit card payments using the mobile application called Starpay which has been called Texas's first true smartphone.
Chief Computer Officer (CCO) Rick Mosher has said that Starpas is one-third of the company's total revenue and has around $1 billion in annual sales.
CEO and President Bobby Ferguson stated that Starbuy had more than 100,000 employees in its 450 stores across Texas. Sales of Starbucks were seen as a significant direct cost to TSC's then-cash cow, Virgin Galactic, which filed suit to stop taking sales into its own accounts.
OmniStar has invested $2 billion in the company over the past several years, mostly for new products. Some new products have been announced in the last few months including a location-based business registration tool, the infinite mobile data/phone service that allows customers to save money by placing a contract on a mobile device and by purchasing it, as well as a new digital TV service in the Carrizo format.
At the beginning of 2018, TSSC planned to spend $25 million over four years to expand the Texas Star