ImOn Buying Binge Continues
CBAN provider member ImOn Communications just announced the acquisition of a fiber network provider in Sioux City, Iowa a few weeks ago. Now, the company is acquiring a provider on the opposite size of the state.
Below is the media release from ImOn:
ImOn Communications Announces Purchase of Assets from Comelec Services
CEDAR RAPIDS and DUBUQUE, IA – ImOn Communications, LLC (“ImOn”) announces today it has acquired residential and business fiber-to-the-premise assets from Comelec Services (“Comelec”). Comelec has provided high-quality Internet services in Dubuque County since 2003. Comelec’s wireless Internet network is not included in this sale.
The assets ImOn purchased include a fiber network that covers portions of Dubuque, Asbury, Peosta, Epworth, Farley, and Dyersville. This acquisition aligns with ImOn’s regional growth plan. During the next 60 days, ImOn will be communicating with customers and working with the Comelec team to transition operations to ImOn.
“ImOn is looking forward to serving these customers in the ImOn way,” says Patrice Carroll, CEO of ImOn. “Providing reliable fiber Internet service and superior 24-7 local, caring customer support is what we do. We’re excited to bring this same high-quality experience to additional customers in Dubuque County.”
Tim Burbach, CEO of Comelec, said, “I’m thrilled to reach this agreement with ImOn. I know our Comelec customers will be happy with the service they receive, and our team is looking forward to helping with a smooth transition.”
ImOn was founded in 2007 as a single-market cable provider and has transformed into a regional fiber-to-the-premise platform that currently owns and operates a 2,000+ mile network that reaches over 100,000 households and businesses. The Company is committed to delivering superior network reliability, unrivaled connection speeds, and exceptional customer service.
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