That's why we selected Baycom Broadband to provide high-speed internet service for our village government and our residents.
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Green Bay, Wisconsin (PRWEB) October 16, 2008 –
Baycom Broadband, (http://www.baycombroadband.com) a leading provider of wireless communications solutions, announced today that the company has completed the acquisition of TheGlobalNet, a wireless internet service provider (WISP) in Northeast Wisconsin.
The acquisition expands the Baycom Broadband Network to reach into an additional three counties and over 400 square miles of coverage throughout rural Wisconsin.
“Our goal is simple; provide the most reliable high-speed wireless internet service available and give our customers the greatest, world-class support,” said Baycom President, Steve Elias. “This acquisition helps expand our service network with the potential to reach over 600,000 residents and businesses throughout the state.”
Although high-speed internet is common in metro areas, many suburban and rural communities are still limited to slower dial-up connections. The Baycom service has created new opportunities for under-served rural communities and businesses to stay connected.
"We wanted to make sure that the people of Maribel have access to services that make their lives better," stated Donna Duckart, Maribel, Wisconsin Village Clerk. "That's why we selected Baycom Broadband to provide high-speed internet service for our village government and our residents."
“At Royal Scot Golf Club, we’re always looking for ways to improve the experience of our customers,” said Marcus Rand of Royal Scot Golf Club in New Franken, Wisconsin. “By providing Baycom high-speed wireless internet, we can improve our operations and let our customers work and play at the same time.”
With over 50 years experience serving Wisconsin’s government, business and residential customers, Baycom has built a strong reputation for Total Customer Satisfaction.
One customer had this to say about their recent Baycom service experience. “The experience I had with every member of the Baycom staff was stellar,” said Wisconsin resident Angie Durkee. “Because of my work schedule, I wasn’t able to be home during normal office hours and I couldn’t believe that a company would work around my schedule; Baycom has really taken the ‘customer is always right’ mantra to heart.”
In addition to investing in a great customer service team, Baycom has been aggressively growing their network to provide innovative broadband services to Wisconsin residents. In the past 18 months, the company has added over 20 new antenna sites and tower locations and they have installed a commercial-grade wireless backbone powered by Motorola Canopy technology
“The vision for our wireless network goes well beyond the high-speed internet we offer today,” explained Rich Haslitt Baycom’s Director of Broadband Services and Network Architect. “We can now offer customers a wide variety of innovative wireless solutions such as business internet backup, Voice over IP (VOIP) and wireless video security and monitoring solutions. Imagine your garage door sending you an email because it was left open too long or a wireless camera sending you pictures of your property while you are on vacation…it’s all possible with the Baycom Broadband network.”
"We rely on Baycom's high-speed internet service every day to power our business web site and email for all our truck sales," said Norb Zitzelsberger, President of Norb's Truck Sales. "The service has been flawless and really helps us operate efficiently."
Baycom is one of the Midwest's leading providers of wireless voice, data and video solutions. For over 50 years, Baycom has been serving government, business and residential customers with innovative communications technologies like 2-way radio systems and broadband internet. Baycom is proud to be the official communications company for the Green Bay Packers and is privileged to call world class companies like Ford, Georgia Pacific, Kohler, CAT, Honda and Harley Davidson customers. http://www.baycombroadband.com