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Michigan Broadband Services, Founded in 1908, Plans Headquarters Move to Traverse City

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The company will offer high-speed broadband and other telecommunication services via extension of its existing fiber, wire line and wireless networks in Michigan.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 3, 2017

Michigan Broadband Services,Founded in 1908,
Plans Headquarters Move toTraverse City

Carney, Michigan, March 3, 2017–Michigan Broadband Services announced plans to expand to Traverse City and Alpena beyond its existing Lower Peninsula exchanges of Chester, Manistee, Grace Harbor and Amble. The company will offer high-speed broadband and other telecommunication services via extension of its existing fiber, wire line and wireless networks in Michigan. The Company plans to open its headquarters in Traverse City later this year.

“We feel privileged to be in position to serve Michigan with broadband in areas that are underserved or lack quality broadband services”, saidBruce Moore President and General Manager of Michigan Broadband Services. “We look forward to the opening of new offices in Traverse City and completion of the expansion process”.

Michigan Broadband Services, with offices in Carney, Escanaba and Marquette MI, is a full-service telecommunications company that offers business class telecommunications services throughout the Upper Peninsula including high capacity broadband connections.

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Bruce Moore at (906) 639-5010or email at bruce.moore@michbbs.com.

Contact : Bruce Moore
Telephone : (906) 639-5010
Email : bruce.moore@michbbs.com
Website : www.michbbs.com

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Keep Americans Connected Pledge

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the challenges that many Americans will face in the coming months, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai recently announced the Keep Americans Connected Initiative. In order to ensure that Americans do not lose their broadband or telephone connectivity as a result of these exceptional circumstances, he specifically asked broadband and telephone service providers, and trade associations, to take the Keep Americans Connected Pledge.

So far, more than 550 companies and associations have signed the Chairman’s pledge to Keep Americans Connected.

The Keep Americans Connected Pledge reads as follows:

Given the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on American society, Michigan Broadband Services pledges for the next 60 days to:

1) not terminate service to any residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic;

2) waive any late fees that any residential or small business customers incur because of their economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic; and

3) open its Wi-Fi hotspots to any American who needs them.