SAN ANTONIO, TX, January 23, 2014– Capaciti Networks, a wholly owned division of Competitive Companies, Inc. (OTCBB: CCOP) (OTCQB:CCOP) today announced its first “Bid for Better Broadband” business wireless installations in Columbus, Ohio. “Bid for Better Broadband” is the industry’s first initiative which allows business owners to name their own price and pick their own broadband plan.
“We are fortunate to have successful sales and installations after only a month with ‘Bid for Better Broadband’ rolled out on the website,” said William H. Gray, President and CEO of Capaciti Networks. ”The early adopters of our better broadband are happy with the service and we’re ahead of our plan in acquiring new customers.”
“Bid for Better Broadband is available on Capaciti Networks’ website at www.capacitinetworks.com and offers either preset or custom plans up to 100 Mbps.
“After struggling for the past couple of years with unreliable and overpriced internet access provided by the three letter telecom company, I jumped at the opportunity to try out Capaciti’s service at my downtown office,” said attorney Kevin M. Maloney of Columbus, Ohio. “I am pleased to report that I could not be happier with the results.” He also said “I am finally now seeing the type of reliable high-speed internet service that the previous carrier promised, but could not reliably deliver.”
Capaciti Network also partners with municipalities in “Intelligent Community” development, which promotes competitive service offerings and ubiquitous broadband. Columbus, Ohio is the location of Capaciti’s successful next-gen networks.
Commercial Wi-Fi is also part of the network and is available under SSIDs Capaciti Networks, Bid for Better Broadband and Pretty Fly 4 Wifi.
Another CCI company, Wytec International, provides the hardware for Capaciti’s networks.
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. Capaciti Networks’ also offers high-speed Wi-Fi in Central Business Districts such as Columbus, OH. Capaciti Networks’ bid programs are designed to stimulate business-friendly markets with flexible broadband service plans. The service offerings use minimum bid initiatives and capacity limit disclosure to create robust demand for Capaciti’s service at profitable rates.
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.
For more information, or to register to receive updates, please visit their corporate site at www.cci-us.com.
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