Bellingham-based Black Rock Cable is merging with Wave Broadband of Kirkland.
The companies made the announcement in a joint press release on Thursday, Sept. 20. Black Rock customers won’t see any changes during the transition, with the same service and name during the transition, said Jody Veeder of Wave Broadband. She noted most of Black Rock’s accounts are in commercial entities in the private and public sector.
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Black Rock provides high-speed fiber optic services in Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish counties. Wave Broadband provides video, Internet and phone services across the West Coast, serving more than 390,000 residential and commercial customers.
“The merger with Wave will allow Black Rock employees to continue providing our customers with the high-quality personalized service they rely on, for the long-term,” said Bob Warshawer, Black Rock’s president.
Black Rock customers can call 360-738-3116 with any questions regarding service.