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 Netlink Services, Inc. (www.netlink.net) of Twinsberg, Ohio. This is Succeed.Net’s 8th acquisition and the first outside the state of California leading the way to future national expansions through the acquisition of additional telecom partnership agreements and coverage areas.
Netlink Services, Inc is one of the original ISP’s in the Ohio area around Cleveland and Akron starting in 1995.
This acquisition adds another ~1500 customers to Succeed.net subscriber base and helps build a stronger company through the benefits of consolidating the operations of both companies. Succeed.Net also has acquired the customers and Assets of North Coast Web of Painesville, Ohio that adds another ~650 customers. North Coast web was Netlink Services largest reseller.
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. Succeed.Net is a 100% USA based business.
For more information visit: www.succeed.net
You were patient and helpful even though this was not a Succeed problem. I very much appreciate your support. Thanks. – Virginia P.
With the exception of one possible interaction, well over a year ago, my experience with Succeed.net has been totally excellent. Everyone has been patient, in a good mood, communicative, and very helpful. I wouldn’t change companies for the world. – Karen N.
I am surprised at how personal the service is. An actual person responded to my e-mail and let me know what the problem was and when it would be fixed. The problem was fixed by the time they said it would be and the follow up e-mails were polite. It is nice to use a service and not feel like you are the one being used. Thank you. – Matt W.