CORRECTING and REPLACING Wireless Frontier Internet Announces the Acquisition of OPI Wireless for $1.3 Million.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
CORRECTION...by Wireless Frontier Internet Inc.
FT. STOCKTON, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 11, 2004
In BW5655 issued Feb. 11, 2004: Second paragraph of the release dated Feb. 10, 2004, "WiFi" should be "WFRI" in the Jay Knabb quote.
The corrected release reads:
WIRELESS FRONTIER INTERNET ANNOUNCES THE ACQUISITION OF OPI (Open Prepress Interface) An extension to PostScript that provides color separations. It was developed by Aldus Corporation, which was later acquired by Adobe. WIRELESS FOR $1.3 MILLION
Wireless Frontier Internet Inc. (Pink Sheets:WFRI) ("WFRI") announced today that they have completed the acquisition of OPI Wireless, a Kansas Corporation, for a purchase price of $1.3 million. OPI Wireless is Wireless Frontier's first purchase outside of the state of Texas and demonstrates their ability to integrate and operate remote facilities outside of our region.
"Wireless Frontier Internet has coordinated all operations of OPI since January 1, 2004. With the execution of this stock purchase agreement, WFRI can now move into the final phase of the acquisition and continue a seamless integration An addition of a new application, routine or device that works smoothly with the existing system. It implies that the new feature or program can be installed and used without problems. Contrast with "transparent," which implies that there is no discernible change after installation. of systems and controls to fit our existing business model," stated Jay Knabb, president of Wireless Frontier.
"We are very pleased with our growth through acquisition model, and we have started off the new year successfully by making our largest acquisition to date. We will continue to exercise our business model, and further expand our services by providing a Wireless footprint The amount of geographic space covered by an object. A computer footprint is the desk or floor surface it occupies. A satellite's footprint is the earth area covered by its downlink. See form factor.
1. throughout the country," stated Alex Gonzalez Alex González may refer to:
Company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. For a monthly fee, ISPs provide computer users with a connection to their site (see data transmission), as well as a log-in name and password. outside the state of Texas, and will also show that our integration team has the ability to integrate and operate remote facilities outside our region."
Mr. Terry Vink, president of OPI Wireless, commented, "We are very delighted to be part of the Wireless Frontier family. With over 45 years of building business relationships in rural Kansas, their advance team showed us the professionalism professionalism
the upholding by individuals of the principles, laws, ethics and conventions of their profession. and integrity that is consistent with the values our customers have grown to expect from OPI. We share Wireless Frontier's vision of becoming part of a grass-roots movement to offer broadband wireless See wireless broadband. to rural America. The five cities we currently serve will allow Wireless Frontier to continue their accelerated growth with a whole new area of opportunity."
Throughout 2003, Wireless Frontier has been expanding its market by acquiring Internet Service Providers (ISPs) throughout the U.S.
"Our model of acquiring ISPs looking to expand their services with broadband wireless has turned out to be a natural fit. We seek not to come in and take the market away, but rather team up with the local provider to assist in expanding services to their customer base. It is a win-win for everyone," stated Jay Knabb.
For more information or for investor inquiries please contact Jay Knabb at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 432-336-0336, ext. 134
Founded in 1998, Wireless Frontier Internet is a leader in wireless broadband High-speed wireless transmission of data. What is "high" speed is always a changing number. Wireless systems are typically slower than land-based, wireline networks. In the past, wireless broadband started at 250 Kbps, whereas land-based broadband was generally considered to start at T1 deployment. The Company currently services over 50 cities in Texas List of cities in Texas, arranged in alphabetical order.
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