Towerstream Corporation, a 4G wireless service provider, is targeting Verizon customers affected by the union workers’ strike. Towerstream will waive its Rapid ?Install fee for any Verizon customers in a Towerstream market that are being affected by the strike and wish to switch to Towerstream’s high-speed wireless broadband service.

"We understand the frustration many customers experience when they can’t get Internet service to properly run their businesses," said Jeff Thompson, chief executive officer, in a statement. "One of our most popular subscription options is our Rapid Install Service, guaranteeing customer’s reliable wireless broadband in days instead of weeks. To? help alleviate some of the headaches businesses may be feeling due to the strike situation, we are waving our Rapid Install fee and encourage all affected Verizon customers in a Towerstream market to consider Towerstream’s state-of-the-art service."?

Towerstream offers 4G service in 12 markets including New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, the San Francisco Bay area, Miami, Seattle, Dallas-Fort Worth, Nashville, Las Vegas-Reno and the greater Providence area where the company is based.

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