New wireless company coming to the Kootenays

Skynet and Kinetic Wireless, which owns 25 Rogers & Fido stores in B.C., is expanding to serve the Kootenays.

Jim Barr, owner of Skynet and Kinetic Wireless.

Jim Barr, owner of Skynet and Kinetic Wireless. — Photo courtesy Jim Barr

It looks like the wireless mobile phone business in the Kootenays is about to add another player. Jim Barr, Senior Account Executive for Business Solutions tells Kootenay Business that his company, Skynet and Kinetic Wireless, is expanding to serve the Kootenay region.

"My company Skynet & Kinetic Wireless own 25 Rogers & Fido stores in B.C." says Jim Barr. "As of May 1st, we are now moving into the Kootenays. I have set up a satellite office (to service our Kootenay clients)." Watch for further announcements from Skynet & Kinetic Wireless.

Here is some background on the company:

Kinetic Wireless is an authorized Rogers dealer in BC with 8 locations throughout the Lower Mainland. The ownership has been in the wireless industry for over 25 years and have been partnered exclusively with Rogers since 2010. We are proud to be a partner with Rogers to provide the latest in wireless internet services to keep you connected to what matters most in your life. We are a family run business where our employees are treated like they are part of a family working towards one goal. We aim to create a culture that encourages growth, and communication. We respect everyone equally, and we encourage our people to share ideas to improve how we can serve our customers better.

 

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