SAN ANTONIO, TX, January 21, 2014– Capaciti Networks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Competitive Companies, Inc. (OTCBB: CCOP) (OTCQB: CCOP) today announced the results of recent speed tests on its wireless network in Columbus, Ohio. The company recorded 202.79 Mbps to a laptop, 103.07 Mbps to a stationary smart phone and 93.54 Mbps to a smart phone in a vehicle moving about 15 MPH.

“We’ve had lots of high fives and fist bumps around the office lately,” said William H. Gray, president and CEO of Capaciti Networks. “Our Columbus network proves that our wireless technology really is better broadband because it’s fast, reliable and perfect to meet the needs of today’s businesses.”

Capaciti Networks has partnered with the city of Columbus on several next-generation Wi-Fi projects in support of the city’s “Intelligent Community” initiative. In addition, Capaciti Networks is the home of “Bid for Better Broadband” which allows business bidders to choose their own plan and name their own price for broadband.  “Bid for Better Broadband” is available through the company’s newly re-launched site at

“Lots of city leaders wonder ‘What could we do with more speed and capacity?’ in regards to broadband,” said Chief Strategy Officer Angus Davis. “Our recent successes in Columbus show what a well-designed wireless network brings to a city, including better provider options, ubiquitous coverage and the opportunity to open up to application developers.”

Capaciti Networks also offers Wi-Fi to consumers in the Columbus Business District under SSIDs Capaciti Networks, Columbus Hotspot and Bid 4 Better Broadband.

“We couldn’t be happier,” said Capaciti Networks’ Chief Technical Officer Bob Merola. “We love wireless delivery for its cost-effectiveness, ease of installation and reliability, and we’re happy to start showing the world how fast we can make Wi-Fi, too.”

Another CCI company, Wytec Intl., provides the radios and other components which have contributed to the success of building the wireless network.

About Competitive Companies, Inc.

Competitive Companies, Inc., founded in 1998, is a Nevada-based corporation with offices in San Antonio, Texas and Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The Company focuses on acquiring and providing next generation wireless broadband technologies and mobile data applications through its subsidiaries Wytec International, Inc. and Capaciti Networks Inc.  Capaciti Networks was founded in 2013 and has completed several next-generation Wi-Fi pilot projects for the city of Columbus to support “Intelligent Community” development and ubiquitous broadband coverage throughout the United States. Upon completion, this Intelligent Community Network will deliver cost-effective and high-speed internet access to business, enterprise and municipal customers. Wytec International, Inc. holds five key patents related to high-capacity mobile broadband services and is currently developing derivative technology suited for small cell deployment catered to carrier offload services.

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William H. Gray, President/CEO

Competitive Companies, Inc.

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