United Communications Acquires Fiber Assets of Crystal Clear Technologies

Posted: May 18, 2021

Acquisition extends fast, reliable connectivity to parts of Williamson and Rutherford counties

More than 2,000 residents in Williamson and Rutherford counties now have access to broadband through United Communications.

Effective May 1, United acquired the fiber network assets of Crystal Clear Technologies, allowing the communications provider to offer one of the industry’s highest customer satisfaction experiences in addition to maintaining high-speed internet coverage to the Williamson County neighborhoods of Tollgate Village, Bridgemore, Canterbury, and South Haven and The Preserve in Rutherford County.

“We welcome each of them to our United family and look forward to serving them with the industry’s best customer experience,” says William Bradford, president and CEO of United.

About the Acquisition

To ensure its customers obtained the best possible internet solutions, Crystal Clear Technologies focused on United for fast connectivity and quality customer service.

“We appreciate Crystal Clear’s trust in United to take care of their customers and provide a level of service that exceeds expectations,” Bradford says.

United expects to continue employing the Crystal Clear team members to provide internet services. Additionally, United is committed to Crystal Clear’s current pricing and promotions.

For customers interested in upgrading their services, faster speeds are available. United also offers new and expanded services such as its unlimited data usage policy and no contract, as well as its UControl Wi-Fi 6 management app with parental controls and virus protection for those who adopt the United equipment.

About United Communications

United Communications is a subsidiary of Middle Tennessee Electric and a tier-one Tennessee Broadband Association member. A leading provider of internet, digital TV, and phone services to enterprise-class businesses and residential customers, United operates approximately 1,200 route miles of fiber covering portions of Williamson, Rutherford, Marshall, Bedford, Franklin, and Davidson counties. Learn more by visiting the United Communications website.