Mobile operator and technology company C Spire on Tuesday announced that it had officially completed its acquisition of Troy Cablevision, Inc. and Union Springs Telephone Company, Inc.
According to a release, the agreement’s finalization enables C Spire to meet the growing need for broadband and other technology services in Alabama’s Wiregrass region.
In announcing the acquisition’s completion, C Spire CEO Hu Meena reaffirmed the company’s commitment to serving Alabama consumers.
“We’ve made it a major priority to invest in and expand fiber-based network deployment and enhancements throughout Alabama, and we’re pleased to be providing these services in the Wiregrass,” said Meena. “Our commitment to local customers remains, and we intend to offer the same level of hometown service Troy Cablevision has been known to provide.
Meena added, “I am thrilled to welcome our Troy Cablevision and Union Springs Telephone Company associates to C Spire. I know we all share the simple goal of working together and serving our customers and our local community.”
For more than three decades, Troy Cablevision, Inc. served consumers and businesses in Pike, Coffee, Crenshaw and Dale Counties. The provider operates regional offices in Elba, Enterprise, Luverne and Ozark.
Earlier this year, C Spire announced its plans to invest $500 million in broadband deployment across Alabama over the next three years. The company advised that it has constructed and is currently offering fiber services in 13 markets in Alabama.
Dylan Smith is a staff writer for Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @DylanSmithAL