Central Telcom Services, based in Fairview, Sanpete County, announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement with Precis Communications, a Delaware limited liability company, to buy a cable television system located in Sanpete and Sevier counties.
The acquisition is expected to occur in early 2005 and is subject to regulatory and other approvals. About 2,500 cable subscribers likely will now be served by Central Telcom.
Central Telcom Services and its affiliates, including Central Utah Telephone Company, offer Internet and telephone services. The company is a subsidiary of New York-based Lynch Interactive Corp.
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