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Faster Internet Speeds Now Possible as Mountain West Technologies Builds 14 New Service Towers


Speedgoat Internet brought to you by Mountain West Technologies, one of the leading internet service providers in Cheyenne, Wyoming, has announced the completion of construction of 14 new service towers in various locations throughout the rural communities of Cheyenne. The new towers are part of the company’s ongoing effort to improve its services and provide faster internet speeds to its customers.

With the rise of remote work and online education, reliable and fast internet services have become a necessity for many people. Mountain West Technologies has recognized this need and has been investing in the expansion of its network to provide better coverage and faster speeds.

The 14 new service towers are strategically located in rural areas in which the company has identified a high demand for internet service. The towers are equipped with state-of-the-art technology that can deliver high-speed internet to customers within a wide coverage area. This means that more people in rural Cheyenne will be able to enjoy faster internet speeds, even during peak hours.

Customers have been happy with new service. “Our change from unreliable satellite internet to Mountain West was a great experience. The customer service was great, they are local and always responsive. The service techs were friendly, and helpful and went above and beyond during our installation. Our service has been excellent since we moved to Mountain West, no buffering and we can work from home and our kids can stream at the same time. I would recommend Mountain West to anyone looking for a new internet service provider,” said Justin Scott, Mountain West customer.

Mountain West Technologies is a local Wyoming company and has a network monitored by local customer support. This means that customers will be able to get help quickly and efficiently whenever they need it. The local customer support teams are knowledgeable and trained to handle any issues that customers may face.

“We are thrilled to announce the completion of these 14 new service towers,” said CEO Kyle Ridgeway. “This investment will greatly improve the internet experience for our customers in Cheyenne and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to provide the best internet service possible to our customers, and these new towers will help us achieve that.”

The construction of these new service towers is just one of the many ways Mountain West Technologies is working to improve internet service in the area. The company is committed to providing the best internet service and customer experience possible to its customers and will continue to invest in new technology and infrastructure to achieve this goal.

Customers interested in signing up for Speedgoat Internet services with Mountain West Technologies can visit its website or contact its customer support team for more information. With these new service towers and local customer support, there has never been a better time to switch to Mountain West Technologies.

About Mountain West Technologies Corporation

Mountain West is a Wyoming-owned and -operated internet service provider offering both fiber-optic and wireless internet solutions, along with phone/voice, streaming TV and data center technology solutions to its customers. Its footprint includes most of the southeastern part of Wyoming. It has successfully brought fiber to homes in Chugwater, Evansville and Mills, Wyoming, and provides fiber to businesses in the Casper, Chugwater and Torrington areas. It is dedicated to providing creative connectivity solutions for its customers with a focus on community involvement and local employment. More can be learned at mwtn.net.

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