Press Release

Union City, Tennessee – December 13, 2022 – Ritter Communications, the largest privately held telecommunications service provider serving exclusively the Mid-South, announces a $1.5 million self-funded expansion project to bring its industry-leading telecom services and advanced cloud solutions to businesses and community organizations in Union City.

“Ritter Communications understands high-quality telecom service is a necessity for businesses, schools and other organizations to be successful in their day-to-day operations,” said Ritter Communications CEO Alan Morse. “We are bringing not only high-quality services and solutions to the community of Union City but with greater accessibility to help meet all of our customers’ private and commercial needs.”

Ritter Communications is the first to bring XGS-PON technology to the Union City area. This technology uses 100% fiber connectivity to power the company’s full suite of reliable high-quality broadband solutions and telecom services with speeds up to 100 gigabits per second. In addition, customers have access to the Ritter Communications Data Technology Center, a world-class, highly secure facility equipped with local customer support teams, offering advanced cloud solutions to meet the unique information and storage needs of businesses and other organizations in Union City.

“The services Ritter Communications is bringing to Union City will help our community keep and grow existing businesses and attract new enterprises,” said Lindsay Frilling, Obion County Chamber of Commerce CEO. “We’re grateful for Ritter Communications investment in our community and future. We expect great things to come because of their investment and support.”

Construction of this project was recently completed, and businesses can now reap the benefits of 100% fiber services.

Ritter Communications is a regional telecommunications provider, headquartered in Jonesboro, Arkansas serving more than 115 communities in the region across four states with a full suite of innovative communications services. Learn more at

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