Wired or Wireless Press Releases

WOW Receives The Heartbeat Of America Award On A Television Special

Heartbeat of America hosted by William Shatner

Wired or Wireless, Inc. (WOW), recently received the prestigious "Heartbeat Of America" award presented by Rear Admiral Kevin F. Delaney. This hard working American company was hand selected and awarded this honor on the Heartbeat Of America special television series, hosted by William Shatner.

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Partnership Award Received From The Inland Northwest Partners

William B Geibel JR, President and Owner of Wired or Wireless, Inc. (WOW), and Mayor Ted Maxwell of Malden Washington, accepted the Partnership Award presented by the Inland Northwest Partners on behalf of WOW and the Town of Malden.

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Ground Breaking On 1st Phase Of USDA Rural Development Grant

Wired or Wireless, Inc. (WOW), announces the Phase I implementation of the Community Connect Broadband Grant from the USDA Rural Development organization.

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Grand Opening Of The New WOW Office In The Spokane Valley

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Wired Or Wireless, Inc. celebrated the ribbon cutting and grand opening of it's Spokane Valley facility by welcoming vendors, customers and friends to their new location. While enjoying the provided appetizers, beverages, prizes and music, guests were given a chance to meet the many members of the WOW Team and learn about the vast array of services Wired Or Wireless, Inc. provides.

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WOW Receives Grant, Bringing Broadband to Malden Washington

Wired or Wireless, Inc. is currently in the process of building a network infrastructure which will bring high-speed Broadband Internet and a community center to Malden Washington through the Community Connect Broadband Program Grant from the USDA Rural Development organization.

Broadband Internet services will put Malden back on the map. Only 40 miles from Spokane Washington, Malden will become an attractive location for small to medium sized companies to relocate their business to and/or build new facilities. Regional services can expand their offices to Malden offering the area higher quality health care, postal services, police services, retirement facilities, dental care, and so much more.

As part of the grant, the Malden Community Center will be built as a location for the town's people to connect to the outside world in ways they were unable to before. With computer stations connected with high-speed Broadband Internet, residents will be able to email with family, chat online with friends, shop, be involved in distance learning for colleges, home-school their children, do research projects and homework, make affordable or free calls throughout the country using VoIP services, as well as host video conferencing. All of these benefits and more will be available to the citizens of Malden with this grant project.

With the addition of true broadband connectivity and the creation of a modern community center the residents of the once thriving, historic city of Malden will be able to bring their city back to life. Bringing broadband to Malden enables endless possibilities for growth and abundance. This build-out will allow easy access to services provided by Inland Northwest Health Services, the Sate of Washington, the Veterans Administration, and other private and public organizations operating throughout Washington State as well as throughout the country.

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Wired or Wireless, Inc. Acquires Two-Way Division of Mountain Communications

Click here to view the press release from Wired or Wireless, Inc. purchasing the Two-Way division of Mountain Communications.

Broadband Internet Now in Kellogg Idaho and Reardan Washington

Click here to view the press release of Wired or Wireless, Inc. expanding it's AIR-PIPE Rural Broadband Internet Network to include Kellogg Idaho and Reardan Washington.

Wired or Wireless bring High-Speed Broadband Internet to Deer Lake and Chewelah

Click here to view the press release from Wired or Wireless expanding their Broadband Internet network infrastructure to include the Deer Lake, Chewelah, and 49 Degrees North area.