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Airband Adds PlanetOne to Channel Program
August 24, 2011 - News
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CHANNEL PARTNERS — Airband Communications Inc. (Booth #1520 at the Fall 2011 Channel Partners Conference & Expo) said on Wednesday it has added master agency PlanetOne Communications (Booth #1112) to its channel program.

Airband is a fixed-wireless provider targeting businesses. PlanetOne’s agents now can offer Internet access, data services, hosted VoIP, SIP trunking and business continuity; Airband achieves the latter with a separate wired and wireless connection that creates a diverse path for automatic and seamless service fail-over.

“PlanetOne’s tenured, reputable agents are adding even more value to Airband’s already strong portfolio of services," said Josh Schlensker, director of channel sales for Airband.  “As one of the largest master agencies in the country, PlanetOne is known for its focus on customized solutions for business customers, and we look forward to further expanding our relationship with the firm."

Airband serves 17 markets across the U.S. including Atlanta; Austin, Texas; Baltimore; Dallas; Des Moines; Fort Lauderdale; Fort Worth: Houston; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Miami; Orange County, Calif.; Philadelphia; Phoenix; San Antonio; San Diego, Calif.; and Washington, D.C.

“We’re pleased to partner with Airband and look forward to a long-lasting relationship," said Ted Schuman, president and founder of Scottsdale-based PlanetOne.  “They have the vision and drive needed to succeed in the marketplace."

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