wisps and rural operators
In today’s connected world, broadband is increasingly becoming a necessity of life. Yet, in many places throughout the country, there are still few, if any options. As a wireless internet service provider (WISP), you—along with other telecoms—have stepped in to fill this gap. To keep up with growing demand, you’ll need to continue to make investments and grow your fixed wireless network. The nature of your business, however, presents several unique challenges that bigger providers mostly avoid.
wisp and rural operators
connectivity opens new horizons
Your customers depend on you to bring them the high-speed connectivity they need. And we know how important it is to you that you’re able to deliver for them. That’s why we work closely with you to develop a plan that’s tailored to your needs so that together we can find the right mix of infrastructure solutions that will best benefit your business.
High-speed connectivity for your clients depends on you, so fulfilling this becomes the heart of your work.
How is this accomplished? knowing what to do, where and when.
That is why we are close to you, with our engineers looking for the solution to your problems, minimizing costs, finding the product you need, providing the infrastructure solutions that will boost your business.
Flexible: costs within your reach, always, adapting to the volume of your business, to your needs.
Extensive: we are where you need us, and if we are not, know that we will be.
Robust: we help you with our infrastructure, our commercial network and our strategic partners to push you to success.
Accelerate Time to Market
Supplement your resources with access to systems and people dedicated to getting you connected faster—whether you’re building a new network or expanding an existing one:
- , apply for sites, and track projects online.
- Review your strategy and execution plan with industry veterans to reduce the risk of unexpected delays.
- Collaborate with teams who have the resources, experience, and know-how needed to meet your deadlines.
- Find ideal towers in remote and rural locations to support your expansion.
“Helping WISPs keep underserved communities connected“
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Investor's information: Construction report April 2021