Press Release

May 6, 2020 — Geneva, Neb. – South central Nebraska-based Glenwood Telecommunications, Inc. announced today its impending purchase of the broadband network and customer contracts of Geneva Broadband; with official ownership taking place on June 1, 2020.

“Glenwood focuses on providing the best technology and support from staff that are truly committed to our customers; we look forward to joining the Geneva community,” said Glenwood CEO/GM Stanley Rouse. “We will ensure our customers unsurpassed local support and are committed to making Geneva a focal point for technology excellence. Glenwood plans to upgrade and expand the current fiber infrastructure to serve more homes and businesses with high-quality internet, managed Wi-Fi, and phone service; along with a wide array of business technology solutions that includes Hosted PBX phone systems and cloud solutions.”

Geneva Broadband has worked to create a base fiber infrastructure in Geneva and fixed wireless network through Fillmore County for over 10 years. Greg Baltzer, co-founder and Operations Manager of Geneva Broadband, said, “We are excited to see the level of commitment Glenwood has to improving the Internet infrastructure in Fillmore County, which will quickly be on display with the expansion of fiber optic cabling in Geneva.”

Existing customers will be contacted by both Glenwood & Geneva Broadband with information regarding the transition.

Geneva residents and businesses not currently being serviced by Geneva Broadband can contact Glenwood at 866-756-4746 or stop by the local Glenwood Geneva office located at
145 S. 10th Street for service and pricing information; or refer to our website In the future, Glenwood will formally announce its plan to upgrade and expand the fiber infrastructure through-out the entire community of Geneva.

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