Vyve Broadband acquires South Carolina's FamilyView Cablevision

June 2, 2020
New acquisition will complement Vyve’s existing footprint in South Carolina.

Vyve Broadband announced on June 1 that it has completed the purchase of FamilyView Cablevision in and around areas of Pickens and Anderson counties in central South Carolina.

Vyve currently provides high-speed internet, television and voice services to residential and business customers in rural markets across 16 states. The new acquisition will complement Vyve’s existing footprint in South Carolina.

“I am excited for FamilyView to join the Vyve Broadband family, which is a company that has the resources to bring us faster broadband speeds, and to continue to be part of our community,” commented Larry Waterman, president and chief executive officer for FamilyView Cablevision.

A technology leader in the cable and broadband sectors, Vyve offers an extensive range of broadband, fiber connectivity, cable television and voice services for commercial and residential customers. Residential services include: high-speed Internet with speeds up to Vyve Gig; all-digital, high-definition video; and fully featured digital voice. Vyve Business Services provides optical Ethernet, PRI and hosted voice services to the business community.

Vyve says it has already begun the upgrades to the FamilyView Cablevision system to deliver broadband speeds up to Vyve Gig (1,000Mbps), which is consistent with the company upgrade strategy across the country.

Phil Spencer, CEO of Vyve Broadband, commented, “Vyve Broadband is focused on creating unequaled broadband speeds. We welcome FamilyView to the Vyve Broadband family and look forward to delivering a Vyve Gig this summer.”

Eagle, Vyve and Northland are broadband Internet providers together serving largely non-urban communities in areas of Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.

Learn more at www.vyvebb.com.

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