15 months ago, long time Lucas residents Amye Mercer and her husband decided to use their telecom experience to help Lucas residents with their internet issues.
Big Wave Wireless, a local, woman-owned, top-notch fixed wireless internet service for Lucas and surrounding areas.
On her website, Amye shares:
“We are excited to offer a fast, reliable internet service to Lucas and surrounding areas!
We invested in and designed our network to provide carrier grade service to each of our subscribers. We live in this community and have invested in this network to give our residents a reliable choice when it comes to internet!
As long time residents of Lucas, we care about our community and are committed to delivering quality service to each of our subscribers.
Our passion is customer satisfaction!”
Unlike other fixed wireless providers, Amye’s business philosophy is simple: She’s helping her neighbors and knows she has to do right by them.
I could hear the passion and commitment to that in her voice when we talked last week.
On the technical side, Big Wave Wireless uses premium equipment and will expand as needed to ensure everyone gets the service they pay for. And if you do have any problems, Amye will take your call directly and help figure things out that day.
You can schedule a free site survey for Amye to come out and talk about her service. She’ll also share thoughts and advice on how to get the best use out of your wifi setup and why your internet speed test app isn’t telling you the whole story.
I spoke with a few Big Wave Wireless customers this week and they all said their internet service with Big Wave Wireless is great.
As I said, “Neighbors helping Neighbors”.
Call Big Wave Wireless at 469-640-0030 or email them at email@example.com.
You can also visit their website www.bigwavewireless.com and fill out the contact form there.
I’m sharing this information to help other Lucas residents, “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” style.
This is not a paid endorsement. I have not and will not receive any fees or services from Big Wave Wireless in exchange for this post.
I am not a Big Wave Wireless customer.