Kalispell, MT (PRWEB) February 25, 2009
MontanaSky is one of the few Internet service providers in the country to have solved the multi-line DSL puzzle. Their 'Bonded DSL' super-high-speed service makes use of two to eight phone lines bundling individual DSL circuits to yield the combined speed of all lines collectively. This technology produces lightening fast speeds of up to 24MB with pricing substantially less that other big bandwidth solutions.
This increased speed also comes with connectivity insurance because if any one or more lines go down, the others maintain an always-on connection to MontanaSky's fully redundant fiber optic network. Included in this Bonded DSL service is 24x7 monitoring. The only time a customer learns there was a problem circuit is when a MontanaSky technician calls to tell them the outage was repaired on one of their lines.
This week MontanaSky is announcing yet another exclusive service for their business customers. Understanding the unique needs of business customers is one of the many things that accounts for MontanaSky's phenomenal growth over the past fifteen years. Realizing that most of their business customers have websites and that most websites fail to meet owner's expectations, MontanaSky hired a veteran online marketing consultant to help their customers get more from their websites.
MontanaSky's new BizNet™ service is an online resource that coaches business owners how to tweak their sites for optimum effectiveness with search engines and human visitors. "This is a paint-by-numbers approach to all facets of website creation, optimization and related online marketing tactics where customers can get answers to their questions", said Joe Sullivan, MontanaSky's President and the architect of the Bonded DSL product.
High-speed Internet access and related services is an especially competitive business where small independent companies slug it out with nationwide phone companies with deep pockets. Fred Weber, founder and CEO of MontanaSky said, "A company in our position can't compete on price alone; we have to be better at everything we do. We've carved out a niche as the preferred ISP for local businesses. They appreciate our superior network and fewer hops to the Internet backbone, and talking to tech support people located here in Montana."
Weber said that "Few small businesses can afford to hire an SEO expert or an online marketing guru, and unfortunately that is exactly what they need to make their websites produce for them. We decided that offering such a service to our customers was another value-added benefit that none of our competitors could beat. The introduction of BizNet reinforces our message that our superior services and dedication to our customer's success is uncompromising."