JAB Broadband (JAB), the nation’s largest fixed wireless broadband service provider, has been named Operator of the Year by the
JAB is an industry leader in providing high-speed broadband Internet and digital voice service to over 150,000 residential and business customers across 14 states throughout the
There are more than 3 million U.S. customers using fixed wireless; with WISPA representing many of the companies which provide this critical service. Rural communities continue to lack access to the high-speed broadband services enjoyed by their urban counterparts. Without wireless Internet service provider’s efforts, many remote locations would not have high-speed Internet access and many semi-urban areas would not have a choice of service providers.
“WISPA recognizes and applauds JAB Broadband in bringing wireless broadband service to communities and families across America,” said
JAB recently received the award at the 2013 WISPAPALOOZA conference, which was attended by over 1,000 service providers, equipment vendors, and community/business leaders.
“Our goal has always been to raise the bar for rural broadband service and we are honored to be recognized as a leader in the fast-growing fixed wireless industry,” said
About JAB Broadband
WISPA is a membership-driven trade association that promotes the development, advancement and unity of the wireless Internet service provider industry. WISPA has over 770 members that support WISPA’s advocacy, education and other collaborative industry initiatives. For more information, visit http://www.wispa.org.
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