Luckily, Bandwidth Pool is here to help!
Businesses now have a smarter way to purchase Internet access thanks to Bandwidth Pool, an innovative new company and website publicly launching today.
Businesses spending more than $500 per month on Internet services could save up to 20 percent on their monthly bill by using Bandwidth Pool. The site works by creating a reverse auction-style environment, similar to eBay, where Internet providers bid for the chance to provide Internet access to the buyer’s business. “Engaging Internet providers in a bidding environment is great for the buyer,” says Bandwidth Pool founder Ben Anderson. “An increased number of Internet providers competing in the auction means better pricing for the buyer.”
Most businesses don’t realize the number of choices they have when it comes to selecting an Internet provider. At Bandwidth Pool, businesses are exposed to Internet providers, some of which may be unfamiliar, and are provided with user-driven insights and opinions on each provider. “We leverage the experiences of buyers just like you into Internet provider ratings that are displayed with each bid to make the overall buying process much easier,” Anderson says.
About Bandwidth Pool
Bandwidth Pool was designed to help business Internet buyers obtain the best pricing on Internet access without all of the headaches. The easy-to-navigate service helps you calculate your business’s Internet bandwidth needs. Then Internet providers bid for your business, using a reverse auction-style bidding process, To help make the buyer’s decision easier, Bandwidth Pool enhances each Internet provider’s bid with real user reviews, ensuring our users get quality service and a great price. For more information, visit the Bandwidth Pool website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
About Ben Anderson, Founder & CEO of Bandwidth Pool
Ben Anderson is a graduate of the University in Iowa. While attending school, Anderson and a team of fellow students wrote a business plan for X-Wires, an Internet service provider focused on providing wireless Internet services to businesses and residences. Anderson and his team launched and grew the business to incorporate multi-family residential locations including colleges and university campuses, student housing, apartments, hotels and retirement communities. In 2010, portions of X-Wires were sold to publicly traded Keyon Communications of Las Vegas, Nevada and Campus Televideo of Stamford, Connecticut. Bandwidth Pool continues Anderson’s mission to bring low-priced, high-quality Internet access to an even larger segment of the population.
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