DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--JAB Broadband, the nation’s largest fixed-wireless broadband service provider, has entered into an agreement with ReadyNet to provide its residential routers throughout JAB’s 15-state service area.
This new agreement enables JAB’s five operating divisions – Skybeam, Digis, Prairie iNet T6 and Rhino Communications – to easily connect and maintain residential customers’ Internet-enabled devices such PCs, phones, TVs, tablets, and game systems within the home.
JAB is the U.S. leader in providing high-speed wireless Internet and digital phone service to rural and suburban areas. JAB’s coverage includes the Rocky Mountain, Midwest and Southwest regions; serving nearly 200,000 residential and commercial accounts.
“One of our key goals has always been to help our customers successfully manage all of their communications needs – whether they live in rural or suburban areas,” said Jack Koo, JAB Broadband’s president and chief executive officer. “This new residential Managed Router agreement with ReadyNet allows us to deliver enhanced diagnostics, troubleshooting and maintenance for all of our customers’ Internet and digital phone equipment.”
For a small monthly fee, JAB’s Managed Router program provides residential customers with seamless installation and technical support for all their network-connected devices regardless of how many they have.
“We are honored JAB has chosen ReadyNet as their partner to provide a complete end-to-end home equipment solution,” said Martin Frey, ReadyNet’s Chairman. “Using our advanced technology, JAB can easily view and provide complete support for their customers’ entire home network.”
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
About JAB Broadband
JAB Broadband is the nation’s largest wireless broadband provider; serving nearly 200,000 rural and suburban residential and commercial customers throughout 15 states in the Midwest, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions.
JAB, privately-held and headquartered in metro Denver, operates Digis, Prairie-iNet, Skybeam, T6, and Rhino Communications. All companies offer digital phone and high-speed broadband services; with Internet speeds ranging between 3 Mbps and 1 Gbps. For more information, visit www.jabbroadband.com.
ReadyNet designs and manufactures networking solutions which connect, provision, and remotely manage telephony, high-speed data, audio, video, set-top-boxes, DVRs, game consoles, cable modems, and other service provider access points. Visit www.readynetsolutions.com or contact Steve Metcalf at 801-984-5104.