July 16th, 2012 For Immediate Release
(Yuba City, CA)– Succeed.Net, an independent Internet service provider and WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider), has acquired the subscriber base and assets of North Coast Web (www.ncweb.com) an ISP operating out of Painesville, Ohio. This is Succeed.Net’s 9th acquisition and the second outside the state of California leading the way to future national expansions through the acquisition of additional telecom partnership agreements and coverage areas.
North Coast Web is one of the original ISP’s in the Lake & Ashtabula Counties of Ohio area founded in 1995.
This acquisition adds another ~600 customers to Succeed.Net customer based and coincided along with another Ohio acquisition of Netlink Services, Inc.
Succeed.Net provide local feel friendly customer service with big company speeds and nationwide coverage. Nationwide dial-up, DSL, T1, T3, VOIP, VPN, Metro Ethernet, Fiber Optic, Web hosting, as well as a large Northern California fixed wireless network. Succeed.Net also provides computer services, consulting, and IT management for business, manufacturing and governmental agencies.
For more information visit: www.succeed.net
I continue to be a customer due to your EXCELLENT customer service. People are always recommending “bundled” services, but the price isn’t worth the frustration of long waits and foreign accents and sometimes, not very smart people. – Joan G
The help today from Jeremy was excellent, as always. I have been with NCWeb for many years, since the 1990s and have always been thrilled with the excellent customer service. Succeed Net is just as excellent. I have moved 4 times and changed my name once, but have always kept NCWeb. NCWEB has a new name and location, but consistently great service. -Barbara C. from Ohio.
Over the many years I have been with Succeed.net, I have only needed the expertise of Tech Support a handful of times. Each instance has been handled thoroughly, professionally, and expediciously. I recommend Succeed highly to anyone and everyone that is in need of an ISP. -Carrie H.