Press Release


New Business Class Service in Centerville – 100 Mbps

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Tennessee Wireless announced its expanded business class service today that covers the downtown Centerville square and surrounding area.  Tennessee Wireless has long been the provider of choice for many Middle Tennessee Businesses.  Today the same great service business owners have come to expect from Tennessee Wireless became even faster.  With the deployment of next generation technology available speeds will increase by 500% over the current speeds.  Packages are now available up to 100 Mbps!  The fastest Internet in Hickman County.

Speed is only the beginning for great business service.  Each Business receives the following from the Tennessee Wireless partnership.

Commercial packages include the following:

  • Dedicated Internet Access (DIA)
  • Symmetrical Bandwidth (The speed is the same on the upload and the download)
  • Commercial Hosted PBX and Unified Communication Phone Platform.
  • Free installation of credit card processing equipment and pre-qualified merchant account.
  • Bandwidth up to 100 Mbps
  • No Throttled Speed
  • No Data Caps – Unlimited Use
  • Standard Tennessee Wireless Commercial Service Level Agreement (SLA)
  • Minimum of 3 hours of Battery backup (more available as needed)
  • Dedicated enterprise capacity router
  • Secure VLAN with dedicated public IP address (as needed)
  • Security and monitoring – Tennessee Wireless offers two levels of monitoring. Basic monitoring services are included in the service and covers the router and the Internet connection.  Advanced monitoring of all devices connected to the Tennessee Wireless equipment can be added.
  • Local Loop Installation is determined by the package option selected.
  • Customer friendly On-line account portal.
  • Electronic Billing.

Call today for a free technical consultation.  (931) 729-4090

 


Business Voice Service

We understand how critical phones are to your business… and we treat them that way. Controlling costs without sacrificing quality is our goal. Tennessee Wireless offers Hosted PBX, Mobility, and Trunk Lines.  Tennessee Wireless Business Communication uses Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP). If you have a good quality Internet connection, you can use VoIP.  Why would anyone pay extra for phone service when a good Internet connection already connects you to every business in the world?

Business Voice Services - VOIP Commercial Phones

Features

  • Unlimited local and long distance calling in the contiguous USA
  • Caller ID
  • Voicemail with email notification and attachment
  • Call Forwarding
  • Enhanced 911
  • Keep your phone number (in most cases) or get a new one
  • Professional Installation

Monthly Pricing

  • Residential VOIP (with Tennessee Wireless Internet service) – $24.95
  • Residential VOIP (without Tennessee Wireless Internet service) – $29.95
  • Business VOIP (per line) – $35.00
  • Custom enterprise VoIP solutions, including Hosted PBX Solutions – contact us for a quote.

Tennessee Wireless offers industry leading hosted phone solutions through a certified Broadsoft Technology relationship.Broadsoft


WeBoost Cellular Signal – Commercial Solutions

Don’t continue to be plagued by dropped calls and poor connections.  There are solutions available that will take that frustration out of your life.

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The signal when the Tennessee Wireless Team showed up on site.

Our team of trained professional will come to your site and perform a technical survey and help you choose the booster that will work for you.  The system will be professionally installed and your phone will work like it is supposed to.

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After Tennessee Wireless Installed WeBoost!

Any questions?

Call (931) 729-4090 and remove cell signal fatigue from your life.


Tennessee Wireless opposes reclassification of Internet Service

Centerville, TN (November 13th 2013) – Tennessee Wireless, a local Middle Tennessee provider of broadband Internet Service, believes that president Obama’s push to reclassify Broadband Internet as a utility is a mistake and that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should not reclassify consumer broadband service as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act.

As a local provider of High Speed Internet services, Tennessee Wireless, supports a free and open Internet without subjecting small businesses to a regulatory model that is inadequate for its original charter and that would impose unnecessary burdens and restrictions on the thousands of small Internet Service Providers (ISP) who serve our rural communities.

Tennessee Wireless further agrees with the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association’s (WISPA) statement “that common carrier regulation of the Internet would place undue harm on small Internet Service Provider (ISP) businesses that economically and rapidly extend broadband service to areas that currently have it today. Title II would increase compliance costs, increase regulatory risks and deter investments for small ISPs, contrary to the Congress’ intent when it adopted Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act in 1996.”

“You get more of what you reward and less of what you punish,” according to Paul Vaughn the President of Tennessee Wireless.  “If the FCC wishes to continue the growth of Internet service availability in the rural communities of our nation then it needs to truly value the entrepreneurial effort that it takes to provide that service.  They need to recognize that while the large price cap carries have refused their CAF funds to serve these areas, it is the entrepreneurial can do spirit of the small provider and private equity that is stepping up to provide this needed service.  If the FCC is serious about truly connecting the nation, then it will act in the best interest of all service providers and protect the rural communities and their local providers by keeping the unnecessary burden Title II classification in the phone closet.”

About Tennessee Wireless

Tennessee Wireless is a Middle Tennessee technology company that provides commercial and residential fixed wireless Internet service on a network that spans 175 square miles and covers a population of over 7,000.  In addition to their local network, Tennessee Wireless provides managed network services, phone, and Fiber and Satellite Internet Service nationwide.  For more information, visit www.tennesseewireless.com.


What kind of internet is Tennessee Wireless?

This is a question that we get quite often. Many people think it is satellite or cell tower provided. Nothing could be further than the truth. Tennessee Wireless uses a technology called “Fixed” wireless, also sometimes referred to as “Air Fiber” technology. Tennessee Wireless is known as a WISP. wireless Internet service provider (WISP)

Fixed wireless is the operation of wireless devices or systems used to connect two fixed locations (e.g., building to building or tower to building) with a radio or other wireless link. Usually, fixed wireless is part of a wireless LAN infrastructure. The purpose of a fixed wireless link is to enable data communications between the two sites or buildings. Fixed wireless data (FWD) links are often a cost-effective alternative to leasing fiber or installing cables between the buildings.

The point-to point signal transmissions occur through the air over a terrestrial microwave platform rather than through copper or optical fiber; therefore, fixed wireless does not require satellite feeds or local cellular or telephone service. The advantages of fixed wireless include the ability to connect with users in remote areas without the need for laying new cables and the capacity for broad bandwidth that is not impeded by fiber or cable capacities. Fixed wireless devices usually derives their electrical power from the public utility mains, unlike mobile wireless or portable wireless devices which tend to be battery powered.


Tennessee Wireless signs 10 year contract with the Town of Centerville

Meeting with Centerville Mayor Bob Bohn

 

Tennessee Wireless will post its wireless data radios on six Centerville water towers and the roof of the golf course club-house, under a lease approved by the Board of Aldermen on November 13.

The Centerville company already operates a wireless system in several locations, including the water tower on Grinders Switch Road. The new water tower locations are: Columbia Avenue, Water Tower Road, Mobley Ridge and Nine Mile Road, and on Highway 100 West near Freeman Wood Products, in Centerville and Plesantville.

Paul Vaughn, Tennessee Wireless’s President, said it may take a year to erect all the wireless boxes. Work will begin at the golf course, in the Skyview Drive area, and he expects the unit near Freeman, serving the Brushy area, to be next.

“We may not use all of them,” Vaughn said. “We’ve got to grow in a sustained model.”

Interested residents can make request for service via a form that is accessible at www.tennwireless.com.

Vaughn said Tennessee Wireless recently completed a fiber upgrade, and purchased Orb Wireless of Lobelville. That step helps establish a long-term goal: developing a loop that includes Linden and Lobelville, so the service “can have a complete circle.”

The company’s 10-year lease with the Town of Centerville specifies that Tennessee Wireless will pay the town $50 per month per radio for the first six months, then $100 a month after that; and, after the first year, another $50 per month if more than two radios are placed in service at any one of the locations.

Tennessee Wireless expanding through agreement with town – Brad Martin – HIckman County Times


Tennessee Wireless Expands to Lobelville, TN

Tennessee Wireless is pleased to announce the purchase of OrbWireless in Lobelville, TN. Orbwireless has been serving the Lobelville community for several years and we are happy to incorporate them into the Tennessee Wireless network.

Over the coming Months we expect to upgrade and expand the network in Lobelville to serve more of the town’s residence with faster speeds and more reliable service.

For more information about service at your home or business in Lobelville, please contact usLobleville.


Fiber Backbone Installed and Operational

Tennessee Wireless is pleased to announce that our first fiber link to the World Wide Web has been installed and is fully operational.

All Tennessee Wireless customers are now enjoying the added benefits of a high quality fiber internet connection that is beamed directly to their home or office via advanced wireless technology.

Interested in high quality fiber internet, with no download limits and no long term contracts?  Check out how to Get Started.