Major Internet, Phone, TV Provider Finds Success “Bulking” Tech For Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Palm Beach County Communities.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) (Provided By Local News Supporter Hotwire Communications) — Internet access has become the new utility. No longer something nice to have, access to fast, reliable internet services has become a necessity. As we continue to see businesses, retailers, and even schools move towards a more fully-online presence, the need for affordable access to these platforms has become absolutely necessary.
As the need for reliable internet access has grown, so has the demand from consumers for service providers to offer the most advanced technology at an affordable price. Hotwire Communications understands this and has been a pioneer in providing bulk service agreements to communities since 2002.
Hotwire Communications works directly with homeowners’ associations and property management groups to deliver the most advanced technology through our 100% fiber-optic network, with custom-tailored solutions to meet the unique needs of every community we serve. What’s more, Hotwire Communications is able to offer these services to communities at a much lower rate than the retail rates of our competitors.
What is Bulking?
Before getting into the details of how your community can benefit from a bulk service agreement, it’s best to first understand what that means. Simply put, it is an agreement between an HOA and a service provider to deliver specified services, such as internet and TV, to everyone in the community. Typically, these services are the same for each household, with an option for residents to add additional services or features at their discretion, at a reduced retail rate.
What are the Benefits?
By offering residents the same services across the board, the service provider is able to offer advanced, feature-rich services to all residents, versus the retail cost for those same services. Consider this: the provider constructs a main fiber or cable feed to deliver services to a community. They are then able to more easily construct lines to each household from a centrally-located distribution point – or headend – thereby reducing construction costs. Those savings are then passed on to the customer by way of reducedservice costs.
Because bulking is more cost-effective, residents can receive faster connection speeds at a lower rate than they would with a non-bulk agreement. What’s more, the all-fiber network Hotwire Communications delivers means communities can receive uninterrupted download and upload speeds, capable of offering Gigabit speeds.
Additionally, by bulking with Hotwire, each community has a dedicated team of Installation, Launch, and Account Management professionals who are readily available to keep your community connected, backed by concierge-level, 24/7 remote support. Why does this matter? When a resident calls their dedicated team, they will be put in touch with someone who knows the community inside and out, and who will be able to quickly resolve any issues.
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