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In a fixed wireless M&A deal, Sago Internet, based in Medina County, TX has acquired Somerset, TX-based ClearBadger LLC for an undisclosed price.

Sago Internet was founded in 2021 by Medina County residents. It was formed as a fixed wireless provider, but apparently is branching out into fiber, as the company noted in an email to Telecompetitor that it plans to expand its wireless and fiber internet services.

ClearBadger Wireless was founded in 2018 as a fixed wireless internet provider, growing to serve more than 80 square miles in Bexar and Atascosa County.

“This strategic acquisition further strengthens Sago Internet’s presence in the region and reinforces our commitment to delivering reliable connectivity and exceptional service to our customers,” Sago said in a press release.

The combination brings together two locally owned ISPs that have designed their companies to deliver “high-quality internet solutions” to residents and businesses in South Texas, said Sago. As part of the acquisition, ClearBadger LLC’s customers will transition to Sago Internet’s network, gaining access to “a broader range of services and enhanced support,” according to Sago.

The acquisition of ClearBadger LLC underscores Sago Internet’s dedication to “expanding its presence and enhancing its service offerings” in Medina, Bexar, Frio and Atascosa counties, Sago said. The company said it looks forward to expanding its footprint and coverage to the greater South Texas region through strategic investments and partnerships.

Nextlink and T-Mobile have also expanded their fixed wireless operations in the Lone Star state.

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