Midco to acquire Wow! System in Lawrence, Kansas

Monday 24 October 2016 | 07:31 CET | News
Midco entered into an agreement to acquire the Wow! internet, cable and phone system in Lawrence, Kansas. The deal signals Midco's entry into Kansas, where the company will serve more than 30,000 customers in Douglas, Leavenworth and Wyandotte counties. Wow! Lawrence is the area's premier residential and commercial communications company. Prior to 2010, the provider operated as Sunflower Broadband, an independent, locally owned company with a strong legacy dating to 1970. As of 2016, Wow! Lawrence passes 67,000 homes and businesses.

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