Utility Telecom Group buys Freeway Communications
Utility Telecom Group, LLC has announced that it has begun integration of Los Angeles based broadband provider Freeway Communications, LLC after reaching an acquisition agreement this past February.
Utility Telecom Group, LLC has announced that it has begun integration of Los Angeles based broadband provider Freeway Communications, LLC after reaching an acquisition agreement this past February. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Utility Telecom, based in Stockton, CA, and with regional offices in San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles, Redding, and Reno, NV, provides telecom services to businesses in California and Nevada. The acquirer and its new company collectively offer a range of services that include VoIP-based cloud telephony, SD-WAN, next-generation fax, fiber, broadband, and such managed services as desktop, antivirus, backup, and server maintenance.
"Freeway and Utility have both begun two decades ago with a common vision to serve the customer and success will follow. Many of our mutual competitors have come and gone in that time, and it is a testament to adaptability and vision that we are here today to combine teams and resources into an even better version of ourselves," stated Jason Mills, president and CEO of Utility Telecom.
"We are excited to welcome the customers and the top-notch staff at Freeway to the Utility Telecom family, and we have new goals to keep growing and continue giving customers an ever-broadening array of services at an exceptional value. Customers can depend on Utility and Freeway to continue to exceed expectations as we have for 20 years because that is the recipe for success," Mills concluded.
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