American Broadband, a rural ISP based in Sulphur, Louisiana, has announced the acquisition of fibre assets belonging to BNT Broadband and WayneNet. The company notes that the deal will facilitate the expansion of its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) build-out in Wayne, Nebraska.
Chris Eldredge, CEO of American Broadband, commented: ‘We are committed to making American Broadband the preeminent broadband service provider for rural communities throughout the United States. We are now accelerating into our company’s next phase of growth through continuous, organic expansion and acquisition.’
American Broadband provides fixed voice, broadband and pay-TV services to customers in rural communities in Nebraska, Missouri, Alaska, Louisiana and Texas. The company’s operating brands include American Broadband, Cameron Communications and TelAlaska. American Broadband is a portfolio company of Madison Dearborn Partners and Catania ABC Partners.