Watch Communications Announces Angola, IN Community Open House!
New customers will get 2 months free for signing up for internet service at event!
LIMA, OH – Watch Communications will host a Community Open House at Commons Hall to discuss how the company is expanding in Angola and surrounding areas.
Representatives from Watch will be available to discuss Watch’s strategic plans for the region, internet packages and other services that can be bundled together, assistance programs to help manage monthly bills, and career opportunities.
WHEN: 3 to 7 pm, Wednesday, April 12, 2023.
WHERE: Commons Hall, 501 S. John St, Angola, IN 46703
The event is open to new and current customers who are interested in learning more about Watch Communications. There will be refreshments and door prizes.
New customers who sign up for internet service during the Open House will get two months of service for free.
Watch Communications recently invested in its Angola area network to expand its service footprint and to offer customers upgraded services, which can include internet speeds up to 400Mbps. Customers signing up for packages that provide the highest speeds can do practically anything on multiple devices – email, chat, browse websites, upload videos to social media, stream entertainment, online gaming, and more.
To register for the event, go to: watchcomm.net/events-registration-form/
About Watch Communications
Founded in 1992, Watch Communications is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) using a combination of fixed wireless and fiber technologies to serve residential and business customers throughout Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Watch Communications began as a wireless cable TV provider and expanded service offerings in 1998 to include the Internet. Since its creation, Watch Communications has focused on unserved and underserved small and rural markets. Watch Communications is a subsidiary of Benton Ridge Telephone. The Benton Ridge family of companies also includes Community Fiber Solutions in Indiana and Q Wireless in Kentucky and Indiana.