NITCO Purchases TV Cable of Rensselaer/Morocco

NITCO is pleased to announce the acquisition of TV Cable of Rensselaer and Morocco.

Hebron, United States - January 3, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Hebron, Indiana, January 2, 2018: Northwestern Indiana Telephone Co. (NITCO) is pleased to announce the acquisition of TV Cable of Rensselaer and Morocco. Since 1966 TV Cable of Rensselaer and Morocco has served the residents and businesses of Southern Jasper and Newton Counties. As a provider of ZING Cable TV, high speed internet and voice services TV Cable of Rensselaer and Morocco believed that being an active participant in the community it serves is critical to its success and the growth of the communities it serves.

Today NITCO will continue that tradition. As Northwest Indiana’s premier provider of broadband, telecommunications, fiber infrastructure and telephone service since 1939, NITCO has been serving the residents and businesses of Lake, Porter, Jasper and Newton Counties and now welcomes the residents of Rensselaer and Morocco as new NITCO customers.

TV Cable President Steve Filson had this to say about the change in ownership- “For over 50 years our family has served the community well, first with cable TV and then with the onset of the internet. Today we hand the keys to NITCO with the knowledge that family owned companies like ours and like NITCO, believe in quality service and active participation in the community.”

NITCO President Tom Long echoed Filson’s comments- “We would like to thank the Filson family for their leadership for over 50 years in developing and growing cable TV and internet services. We also welcome the employees of TV Cable of Rensselaer/Morocco and the residents and businesses of Rensselaer and Morocco to the NITCO family. For NITCO, 2018 is ‘The Year of the Customer’ and we look forward to bringing to our customers new products and exciting service upgrades that will assure reliable service. We believe that our new customers will love NITCO TV, NITCO Voice and NITCO High Speed Internet.”

NITCO is a leader in high speed broadband Gigabit service in Northwest Indiana. For over 10 years NITCO has provided gigabit capable fiber services to customers including Porter County Government, the City of Valparaiso and Fair Oaks Dairy. Recently, NITCO was hired to design and operate the fiber network for the Town of Chesterton with completion of that network expected in 2018. With over 8000 residential and 900 business customers NITCO is growing by making significant investments in infrastructure in Porter, Lake, Jasper and Newton counties.

Contact Info:
Name: Tom Carroll
Email: tcarroll@nitco.com
Organization: NITCO
Address: 205 N Washington St, Hebron, IN 46341, United States
Phone: +1-219-996-2981

For more information, please visit http://www.nitcotv.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 282961

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