published on May 6, 2016 - 2:04 AM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

unWired Broadband has added a new tower to expand fixed-wireless services in both capacity and coverage to east Fresno County.

With the additional capacity and coverage, the new tower, located on Round Mountain near Shaw and Academy, will provide additional bandwidth and improved signal quality for the nearly 600 current customers living in and around the tower coverage area.

“Our goal is to constantly improve our service for our existing customers and increase accessibility for other rural customers,” said Craig Demanty, CEO at unWired Broadband Inc. “We want to encourage new and existing customers in the eastern parts of Clovis and the surrounding areas to call in to see if the new tower is a better option for their home or business.”

In the coming weeks, unWired Broadband will be reaching out and offering free realignment to current customers who, Demanty said, should see immediate improvement in bandwidth and signal quality. All customers in the area should see an improvement in performance once the realignments are complete, he added.

With the largest full-scale fixed wireless broadband footprint in the Central San Joaquin Valley, unWired Broadband covers more than 30,000 square miles, offering high-speed connectivity through microwave technology.

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