DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rise Broadband, the country’s largest fixed wireless broadband provider of Internet and digital phone service, unveils Premium Technical Support, a new residential and small business program covering the set-up, maintenance and troubleshooting of computers and other electronic equipment.
“Customers have told us they want ‘one-stop-support’ for equipment set-up, on-going troubleshooting and maintenance for their devices and our Premium Tech program gives them exactly what they need,” said Jack Koo, Rise Broadband’s president and CEO.
Rise’s new Premium Technical Support service package covers tech assistance, tune-ups and maintenance for PCs/Macs, mobile device configuration, streaming support and troubleshooting for equipment such as modems, printers, routers, tablets, scanners/copiers, external hard drives, gaming systems and smart TVs.
Rise’s Premium Technical Support service plan is available for $14.95 per month. A scaled-down version of this program – PC Care – is offered for one specific computer, tablet or smartphone for only $8.99 per month. Details about both programs are available by visiting www.RiseBroadband.com/residential.
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 Broadband is headquartered in metro Denver. For more information, visit RiseBroadband.com.
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