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Hill Country Telecommunications Announces Acquisition
Wednesday, September 30, 2009 • Posted September 30, 2009

Affordable Computer Services is now part of the iFix Technical Support Team.

Hill Country Telecommunications, LLC (a subsidiary of Hill Country Telephone Cooperative, Inc.) is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Affordable Computer Services.

This exciting acquisition brings together two companies whose reputations have been built on innovation, customer service, and flexibility. As a combined group, customers can now access a full range of technical support services ranging from simple consultations to web and graphic design. Complimented by an array of technical training and managed services, customers can choose remote or onsite technical support or they can bring their electronic device to any one of our offices.

Operating under the name of Hill Country Telecommunications’ iFix services, and headquartered in Ingram, Texas, this acquisition will substantially expand the scale of resources available for technical support. “Our clients will not only continue to receive the same level of service that they have come to expect and enjoy with Affordable Computer Services, but we are confident that this acquisition will take our technical support services to the next level”, according to owner Mike Edwards. “And to ensure a smooth transition, we will continue to operate from our current office located at 2640-A Junction Highway in Kerrville for the immediate future.”

Both companies were expanding to meet the growing needs of customers and decided that it made sense to expand together. “We could not imagine a stronger strategic acquisition than combining the complementary strengths of the 58-year old local telecommunications company and that of a young energetic savvy company”, says Delbert Wilson, General Manager of Hill Country Telephone Cooperative, Inc. “We are confident that together we will be even more responsive in satisfying our customers’ needs.”

All current employees will be retained, and the staff is actively seeking technical talent to support its growth plans.

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