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Point Broadband Begins Massive Upgrade in Decatur, Miller, and Seminole Counties

West Point, GA – Point Broadband, a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP), based in West Point, Georgia announced today that they’ve started upgrading existing, in-home, customer hardware in Decatur, Miller, and Seminole counties. Earlier this year, Point Broadband purchased Turner Broadband, and made a commitment to upgrade the network, which will provide fast and reliable internet service to the existing Turner Broadband customers.

Point Broadband has already replaced and installed new transmission equipment to stabilize the existing Turner Broadband network. With that process complete, Point Broadband can now focus on replacing modems and equipment in each customer’s home or business. “Today marked the beginning of a massive customer transition to the latest WISP technology,” said Point Broadband’s Chief Operating Officer Jason Gauntt. He continued, “we understand the challenges these customers have faced for many years, and we are dedicated to a smooth transition of service.”

This customer transition will occur in stages, with the first in-home equipment swaps occurring in the area off of Industrial Boulevard near the Decatur County airport. The entire network upgrade is scheduled for completion in late May 2017.

Please contact Point Broadband Customer Support at 844-407-6468 if you have any questions regarding your existing Turner Broadband service, and to schedule your equipment replacement appointment.

The first customer Installations will occur in the area off Industrial Boulevard near the Decatur County airport.

About Point Broadband

Point Broadband is headquartered in West Point, Georgia, a small town on the border of Georgia and Alabama. We are a proud subsidiary of ITC Capital Partners, LLC. ITC has a century long history of providing innovative communication solutions to its customers, with a focus on serving the communities where its customers live. ITC has been successful building, owning and operating wireless networks and broadband businesses over many years.