FREMONT, MI (Aug. 1, 2022) – West Michigan Broadband (WMBB), a locally owned and operated provider of fiber-to-the-home Internet services, today announced that it is being rebranded Point Broadband after the sale of its company to the Opelika-Ala.-based broadband company earlier this year.
WMBB was founded in 2007 and in 2016, began building a brand-new fiber-optic network to provide gigabit Internet services in rural areas of West Michigan. Boston Noordyk, General Manager, said Point Broadband was a natural partner with its core values, focus on taking care of customers, and being engaged in local communities.
“Living in the country ourselves, we understand first-hand the importance of having consistent, fast and reliable internet service to stay connected,” said Boston Noordyk, General Manager. “It was our need for high-speed internet in an underserved community that ignited the vision for our company, and Point Broadband has a similar vision and mission.”
Noordyk wants to ensure current customers that they will continue to enjoy the same exceptional local service, support and reliability they’ve enjoyed with WMBB, only under the new Point Broadband brand.
“West Michigan Broadband has been changing lives with fiber technology for years,” Noordyk added. “By joining Point Broadband’s exceptional team, I believe we’ll not only improve the experience for our customers but be able to do even more for communities in Michigan.”
Learn more and shop for service at https://www.point-broadband.com/wmbb.