SMBS and LocaLoop sign 5 year contract to extend 4G wireless mobile Internet to rural users
We are pleased to see the project that we helped to initiate in Southwest Minnesota extend new services to rural Minnesota…
LocaLoop Inc. through its wholly owned subsidiary, SynKro Southwest, has signed a five year contract to expand SynKro 4G wireless fixed and mobile broadband Internet service to eight rural communities and surrounding areas in southwestern Minnesota.
The contract with Southwest Minnesota Broadband Services (SMBS) follows a successful six-month trial installation in Bingham Lake and continued network build out and testing for the other seven rural communities.
“Coming off the Bingham Lake trial, we look forward to delivering the same high quality network performance and user experience to underserved rural areas across the SMBS service territory,” said Carl-Johan Torarp, founder and CEO of LocaLoop. “We are expanding the network to complement SMBS’s broadband service as well as providing their customers with mobile broadband Internet.”
“Reliable and affordable high speed Internet is as important to families and businesses in rural communities as anywhere else,” said Dan Olsen, SMBS General Manager.”As a SynKro Southwest service customer myself, I have seen how it has enhanced my family’s life and transformed our on-line activities in just a short time.”
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