November 3, 2016 –Many more homes and businesses in the general St. Libory area will now be able to receive fast, affordable and reliable internet access to data, streaming, shopping and information as Rise Broadband, the country’s largest fixed wireless internet/phone provider, has expanded its high-speed communications network. In doing so, Rise provides increased access with speeds up to 50 megabits per second (mbps); often found only in urban areas.
“We are proud to provide more St. Libory-area residents with the enhanced high-speed internet coverage, quality and dependability they have long desired,” said Jack Koo, Rise Broadband’s president and chief executive officer. “By delivering access to areas often under-served by wireline carriers, we connect communities with the information, education and entertainment they value most while bolstering the area’s economy.”
Rise service includes 911 capabilities as well as Lifeline, a government assistance program providing monthly discounts for eligible consumers. Click here to determine coverage for a specific location as service may not be available in all areas.
The company also offers DISH and Direct TV service as well as PC Care; a one-stop resource for residential tech assistance, tune-ups and maintenance for PCs/Macs, mobile device configuration, streaming support and equipment troubleshooting.
More information is available at 844-411-7473 (toll-free) or www.RiseBroadband.com
About Rise Broadband
Rise Broadband is the nation’s largest fixed wireless Internet service provider; offering affordable high-speed broadband (Internet and phone) services in 16 states with speeds ranging between 3 Mbps and 1 Gbps. Established in 2005 as JAB Wireless, Inc., Rise serves nearly 200,000 residential /commercial accounts in rural and suburban areas throughout the Midwest, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions. Rise is headquartered in metro Denver and more information can be found at RiseBroadband.com.
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