K.C. Wireless

Wireless & Dial-up High-Speed Internet Access
(with "No Strings Attached")

        Some History...

       As other high-speed Internet delivery systems, like DSL, were emerging in Somerset County, Neil Boyer, then of Somerset Computer Center, saw the need to deliver affordable high-speed Internet to places served,  and more importantly places not able to be served, by these systems.  In the spring of 2002, Neil and Kevin Custer started designing, building, and maintaining the wireless network for Somerset Computer Center.  That network became the first in Somerset County to provide homes and businesses with wireless high-speed Internet access.

       In February of 2006, Somerset Computer Center made the decision to no longer support the wireless business.  That same month, Candy Custer purchased the wireless Internet network from Somerset Computer Center and has continued to provide service to those not wanting to go back to Dial-Up.
She is doing business as (D.B.A.) K.C. Wireless.

      In January of 2007, K.C. Wireless added high-speed (accelerated) dial-up, email hosting, and web hosting to its service line up.

     The mission of K.C. Wireless is to provide high-speed Internet service into the future, especially to locations not easily served by other means.

Company Profile:
K.C. Wireless is a woman owned business run by old-world values and new-world technology; you get the best of both worlds.

We are a member of the Somerset Wireless Providers Association, and other local business and professional organizations.  Attendance at regional and national wireless tradeshows and continuing education in the wireless internet industry has elevated our company to stand out above our compitition.  Keeping informed in industry changes allows us to offer you the latest in technology and applications.

Candace D. Custer is the Owner of K.C. Wireless.

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Last modified: October 23, 2008