Beehive Announces Expansion of Fiber Network into Morgan County

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SALT LAKE CITY - Beehive Broadband announced that it will expanded its fiber optic network into Morgan County, providing residents of Mountain Green and Morgan City with Internet, Digital Voice and IPTV services.

“Beehive Broadband has a long-standing commitment to serving the underserved,” explained Scott Wilson, Beehive general manager. “When we were approached with the opportunity to provide the communities of Morgan City and Mountain Green with our services, we knew the project would be in perfect alignment with our company goals and values.”

Beehive Broadband is the sister company of Beehive Telephone Company, founded by Art Brothers in 1963 in order to provide service to the rural community of Grouse Creek, Utah. What started as a small rural telephone company has grown to a group of companies serving thousands of customers across Utah and Nevada.

“What really sets us apart from other Internet service providers is the fact that we are completely vertically integrated on all of our products,” stated Wilson. “We do not simply resell services like a TV feed that is imported from out-of-state. We have built, own and control 100 percent of our network operations center and television head end. We may be a small company, but we are able to offer what many larger companies cannot.”

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