Charlotte, NC, August 6, 2008: American Broadband ( ABB ) has completed its purchase of Cable Television systems passing 3,300 households in Wheatland, Weaubleau, Hermitage, Pittsburg, Galmey and Humansville, MO from Newwave Communications.
“We are pleased to serve these great communities and are excited to bring a local presence and enhanced products to our customers,” said Pat Eudy, ABB President and CEO. “We believe that local management of these markets will enhance the customer experience.”
These systems will operate under the name of American Broadband Missouri which also includes markets in nearby Rich Hill.
About American Broadband:
American Broadband acquires and operates local exchange carriers, cable television systems and related businesses in rural markets nationwide. The company’s strategy is distinguished by a long-term focus on growth in rural America. By investing in its telecommunications network, local employees and management, and community organizations, American Broadband ensures continued customer service satisfaction and works to realize the growth potential of its markets. The company and now serves more than 26,000 access lines, 10,000 Cable Subscribers, and 8,500 high speed data customers in Nebraska, Missouri and Alaska.