South Central Communications Joins ACG.

South Central Communications Joins Associated Carrier Group

ACG / April 15, 2009

The Associated Carrier Group, LLC, (ACG) announced today that South Central Communications, a Utah Corporation, has joined the group of independent tier two and three carriers.  ACG, formed in January 2005, is an alliance of North American CDMA carriers that collaborates efforts to provide timely and competitive value to consumers in member markets while creating efficiencies of scale for device manufacturers and vendors.

“ACG is highly focused on improving the widespread and timely availability of innovative wireless devices that consumers demand.” said ACG President Brian Caraway.  “Our organization provides Member Carriers with a means to work collaboratively with equipment manufacturers and vendors in an effort to bring the latest technologies, competitive value, and greater choice to consumers.   We are pleased to welcome South Central Communications as the newest member of ACG.”

“South Central Communications is excited to be a member of ACG.” said South Central Communications General Manager, Brant Barton. “In joining this group of similarly situated CDMA providers, South Central will enjoy critical economic and operating efficiencies that will enhance it s competitive position in Southern Utah.”

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About South Central Communications
South Central Communications is a member owned telecommunications cooperative and is one of the largest employers and telecommunications companies in rural Southern Utah. We offer communications products and services ranging from local and long distance telephone service to wireless communications, broadband internet access, cable TV and advanced business communication solutions. Our digital wireless service has been available since 1999. South Central Communications is headquartered in Escalante, UT.  Our web address is www.SouthCentral

About ACG
ACG was formed to benefit both its members and the consumer by facilitating efficient production and marketing of devices as well as increased competition. The consortium enables its members to work with manufacturers, suppliers and other vendors to acquire more timely access to relevant CDMA devices.  ACG presently has twenty-six Member Carriers based in various markets throughout the United States.   More information is available at