Wednesday, August 31, 2016


UniFi service and internet speeds up to 1 GIGBIT now available to over 230 additional homes. 
United Communications is pleased to announce they have deployed fiber-to-the home technology to over 230 new homes in the rural areas of Marshall County, West and North of Chapel Hill, TN.  “This is just the first of many areas where we plan to deploy fiber services under our newly announced Middle Tennessee Connectivity Initiative,” said William Bradford, the CEO of United Communications.  “Expanding in Marshall County is exciting for us as it brings gigabit internet, digital TV, and crystal clear phone service to businesses and residents in the area, vaulting them ahead of the services that are available in many areas across greater metro Nashville today.”

The fiber expansion in Northwestern Marshall County includes over 140 homes in and around the Azalee Acres neighborhood, including Abigail Court, Alyssa Drive, Angela Way, Azalee Lane, Dean Road, and portions of Pyles Road (4307 through 4579) and Thick Road (4295 and through 4406). 

The fiber deployment in Northeastern Marshall County includes over 90 homes and businesses in the areas around Blackwell Road and Mount Vernon Road between 5707 and 5870 Nashville Highway, including Jason Drive, Sidney Road, Villa Way, and portions of Mt Vernon Road (2515 through 2710) and Blackwell Road (2473 through 2499).  The expansion will also include all new homes in the new Warner Ridge Estates neighborhood as well.

To learn more and confirm whether fiber service is available in your area, please visit

Middle Tennessee Connectivity Initiative

United Communications plans to work with local community and business leaders to develop a strategic plan for broadband deployment in underserved areas of Middle Tennessee. United hopes this initiative will help foster economic and community development through the following objectives:
  • Deliver speeds up to 1 Gigabit Internet to interested businesses and critical community anchors.
  • Deliver faster internet to residential communities where there is a proven demand.
  • Educate the community about the potential benefits afforded by basic and advanced telecommunications services, including the potential for fostering distance learning, e-commerce, e-government, telemedicine, and overall economic development.  
  • Create partnerships among community organizations and institutions that might benefit from broadband deployment.

United Communications

United Communications is a leading provider of advanced communications services delivering Internet, digital TV, and phone services to enterprise-class businesses and residential customers in Middle Tennessee. United Communications network includes more than 1,000 route miles of fiber backbone connecting in Nashville and Murfreesboro, and covering Nolensville, portions of Brentwood, College Grove, Chapel Hill, Unionville, Fosterville, Estill Springs, Belfast, and Flat Creek. To learn more, please visit

United Communications’ fiber network uses fiber-optic cables made of tiny strands of pure glass – each about the diameter of a human hair – to transmit beams of light over great distances.  These beams are capable of carrying unprecedented amounts of high-quality data at virtually unlimited speeds.  As a result, United Communications can deliver unbeatably fast Internet speeds of up to 1 Gigabit (1000 mbps), stunning and dynamic high-definition TV, and crystal clear phone services to residential and commercial customers living in certain areas of Middle Tennessee.