[dropcap]O[/dropcap]n New Year’s Day consumers in South Florida experienced an extensive power, cable and internet outage due to a car crash in Miami Beach. A holiday full of family gatherings and watching TV was opaque by local homes with absolutely no services. Fortunately San Francisco based company Webpass has been servicing South Florida, and the extensive damage occurred in the area was not affected to their customers. Fast, reliable and secured internet is one of the many perks Webpass is known for. Currently servicing over 15, 000 customers nationwide, delivering a synchronous 100, 200, or 500 Mbps upload and download speeds to residential customers and 10 – 1000 Mbps to commercial customers using advanced technology to provide fast, secure and most importantly crash proof service to its customers.
Webpass is a worry-free service no matter what! Don’t be one of the many consumers who lost out on watching their favorite football game or the annual Rose Parade. Local businesses also lost out on sales and having the availability to conduct business and process credit card resulting in thousands of lost revenue for local business.
The hot button topic was conducted Wednesday, January 14th by Miami Beach’s Mayor Philip Levine, the Miami Beach City Commission and Atlantic Broadband’s representative on addressing the main concern for Miami Beach residents. Can this happen again? What measures are being taken by the Atlantic Broadband team to ensure their customers will no longer suffer such an extensive outage. What backup plan is being developed to ensure an accident of this caliber will not reach these damage levels.
Fortunately for the many Webpass customers in Miami Beach, Webpass held strong during this blackout proving their advance technology is quickly outpacing the antiquated systems and processes currently used by Atlantic Broadband and many other cable ISP providers in South Florida.
Webpass was founded in 2003 by Charles Barr with the mission to be a leader in Internet excellence. The user-friendly Internet service has garnered rave reviews, drawing recognition from TechCrunch, SF Gate and Gigaom.
Today, Webpass powers tens of thousands of residential and business customers including Zappos, Foursquare, WordPress, Mozilla, HBO Films, Oracle Racing, Lyft, and more. Webpass service allows users to easily and quickly surf the Internet without modems, contracts, or gimmicks. Webpass was built to take the hassle out of Internet, so customers can enjoy the simplicity of online surfing.