Mill Creek residents can finally cut cord on unwanted Hargray services (SC)

Residents of Mill Creek at Cypress Ridge can finally cut the cord on that pesky old landline phone they never use.  Homeowners in the Bluffton community are no longer obligated to buy Hargray Communications cable, internet or phone services they don’t want, according to an attorney representing a members of the neighborhood homeowners association in a lawsuit against the organization’s directors, Hargray, and the developer of the neighborhood D.R. Horton.   Read the article………….


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