Originally posted on Data Center POST
LiveOak Fiber, a regional service provider building and operating a world-class broadband network, has completed the acquisition of the Glynn and Camden Counties fiber network assets from Alma Telephone Company (ATC) Broadband, a telecommunications company based in Alma, Georgia. The move will allow LiveOak Fiber to strengthen its service delivery capabilities throughout the Golden Isles of Georgia’s Southeast coastline in Glynn and Camden County Georgia and bring great advantages to residents and businesses in these underserved counties.
The acquisition of ATC’s fiber network assets in these two counties is significant as it will help LiveOak Fiber provide high-speed internet packages to medical and business communities throughout Glynn and Camden Counties. Residents and businesses can expect packages that start at 500Mbps and go up to 5 Gbps, including premium managed Wi-Fi with no contracts and no data caps.
According to Teddy Solomon, Chief Executive Officer of ATC Broadband, the network assets LiveOak is acquiring from ATC were built to provide high-speed fiber network services to medical and business communities throughout Glynn and Camden Counties. He believes LiveOak Fiber has the local resources, experience, and enthusiasm to take the ATC network and expand it in a way that ensures both Glynn County and Camden County communities gain access to the best possible broadband experience.
Over its decades of telecommunications service experience, ATC’s robust network and pristine customer service have successfully competed against national service providers in South Georgia for many years. The company looks forward to maintaining a portion of its customers and interests in this space and continuing to harness the healthy relationships that have made them who they are today.
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