Wireless Partners has been designing, building, owning and operating carrier-grade wireless networks since 2013. Focusing on un-served and underserved markets, we’re committed to pioneering cellular communications and providing reliable, affordable access to mobile service and high-speed wireless internet.
Trusted in the industry as “the carrier’s carrier”, Wireless Partners is the preferred 4G/5G network builder and operator that major carriers rely to deliver their services to subscribers in rural America.
In addition to building rural America’s data infrastructure, Wireless Partners tenaciously advocates on behalf of these underserved rural communities. Wireless communications are an essential part of our economy, public safety and way of life. We work to advance policies, regulations and the political support needed to accelerate development of rural 4G/5G networks, the national first responders network (FirstNet) and bring the promise of the digital revolution to rural America.
Our Leadership Team
President & CEO
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Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President
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Chief Financial Officer
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News & Updates
Press Release: Wireless Partners Expands 4G Coverage to Aid COVID-19 Response
Article: New Internet Service Increases Access in Rural, Downeast Maine
Article: New Internet Service Increases Access in North Country
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Press Release: Sen. Jeanne Shaheen joins Wireless Partners, Verizon Wireless, regional economic development leaders and public safety officials to announce launch of 4G LTE wireless broadband network
Article: Expanded Cell Service Comes to North Country
Press Release: Wireless Partners, LLC is Proud to be a Major Sponsor of the BikeMaine 2016 Ride
Article: Firm Announces Improved Wireless Service Down East
Article: Down East Getting Expanded Cell Service
Article: Portland Firm to Expand Down East 4G Coverage
Article: Want to Boost Rural Tourism in Maine? Raise Internet speeds