Press Release

April 06, 2017  — DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Rise Broadband, the nation’s largest fixed wireless broadband service provider, announces its new Alliance Channel Partner Programs which recruit and support Master Agents, Broadband Resellers and Aggregators.

The programs appeal to all broadband channel partners desiring unique network routes for primary and/or redundancy service.

Rise Broadband’s high-capacity Ethernet, Internet and Voice-over-Fixed-Wireless services are currently available in 16 states; providing access in rural and suburban regions often unserved or underserved by wireline or cable providers.

“Our national Alliance Channel programs will enhance our partners’ ability to provide their enterprise customers with dedicated high-bandwidth alternatives regardless of location,” said Fred Barnes, Rise Broadband’s VP of Enterprise Sales. “Our partners also get the advantage of having a cost effective way to expand market share while better serving current and future customers.”

By receiving technical expertise, financial incentives, ongoing support and expert follow-through, Master Agents, Resellers and Aggregators can easily add Rise to their service provider portfolio.

Rise has recently hired two wireless industry veterans as Alliance Channel Managers – Taryn Cain in Dallas and Jennie Hickinbotham in Denver. Ms. Cain comes to Rise after working with TBI, One Ring and Airband; Ms. Hickinbotham was most recently with MHO Networks.

“Many industry partners are looking for alternatives to traditional broadband providers and Rise’s nationally recognized fixed wireless capability is an excellent option,” said Michael Fair, Founding Partner of MarketRace, an industry-leading channel consultancy. “Rise’s Alliance Channel programs appeal to partners on a national basis and Rise is committed to investing in their success.”

To learn more about Rise Broadband’s partner programs, e-mail Also, visit Rise at the Channel Partners Expo on April 10-13, 2017, in Las Vegas in Booth 565.

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