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NTS connects Abilene, Texas with fibre.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-June 24, 2013-NTS connects Abilene, Texas with fibre(C)1994-2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS

NTS, Inc., f/k/a Xfone, Inc. (NYSE: NTS) said it has connected its first fibre customer in Abilene, Texas further expanding the company's fibre-to-the-premise Network (FTTP).

The Abilene build out is a "metro build" targeting more than 1,000 business customers and modeled after the company's metro build in Wichita Falls, Texas. NTS began its sales and marketing efforts in Wichita Falls in October 2012 and has seen high demand from businesses in that market. To date, NTS has established its fibre network in the towns of Lubbock, Wichita Falls, Levelland, Smyer, Wolfforth, Littlefield, Burkburnett, Brownfield, Whitharral, Slaton, Meadow, Wilson, Lamesa, Ropesville, Plainview, Hale Center and Iowa Park, Texas. Additionally, the company has begun construction of its fibre network in the town of Hammond as well as other communities in Louisiana. NTS' ongoing fibre build out, when completed, is expected to reach 19 new communities, bringing the company's total FTTP passings to more than 53,000.

NTS is a provider of high speed broadband services, including Internet access, digital cable TV programming and local and long distance telephone service to residential and business customers in northern Texas and southeastern Louisiana. NTS' Fiber-To-The-Premise (FTTP) network provides one of the fastest Internet connections available. The company currently has operations in Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana and also serves customers in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. For the company's website, visit:

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Date:Jun 24, 2013
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