We’d like to extend a thank you to the folks at Ski to Sea who have invited PogoZone to sponsor and be the official internet service provider of the event. Ski to Sea officials at the finish line will have access to our high speed internet service to assist with processing results — a very Continue Reading
We’re happy to announce the acquisition of Mt. Baker Cable — a local company offering cable TV and internet services to residents and businesses of Lummi and Orcas Island. The official acquisition is effective as of June 1, 2017. See Bellingham Herald article: Bellingham company acquires Mt. Baker Cable, will expand reach. With this acquisition, Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the installation of two transmission towers in the Lynden area. Lynden is a quick-growing city, and we’re working hard to grow to meet demand for local internet alternatives. These towers will provide wireless internet service expansion to the south and north ends of town. Who’s most affected? On the north Continue Reading
This article is to help you locate your MAC address on Windows, Mac, iOS and Android devices. Windows (any version) Click the Start Menu button. In the search bar, type “cmd.exe” then click on “cmd.exe” in the list. If you can’t find cmd.exe that way, instead click on “Run” (or press Windows + R). Continue Reading
If you’re a Clearwire customer in Skagit or Whatcom County, you’ve most likely received an ominous email in the past few months, notifying you that they’re no longer providing wireless internet service. They’re canceling the service November 6, and that’s that. No info on transitioning to a different plan, no options for new users. Here’s Continue Reading
View article on Lynden Tribune – http://www.lyndentribune.com/pse-pogozone-supply-new-computers-to-youth-center/ The Lynden Tribune just posted an article about us working with PSE to provide the Sumas Youth Center new computers. We thought it was a great opportunity to help the students out; the computers they previously had were from the early 2000’s and were struggling to keep up Continue Reading
PogoZone’s business and residential services have grown steadily in recent years as customers have sought local alternatives to the major national ISPs. OpenAccess had a robust customer base in Skagit County as well, making this acquisition a natural fit with significant benefits for customers from Sumas to LaConner, from Bellingham to Mount Vernon and everywhere in between.
PogoZone has acquired OpenAccess, creating a larger local internet service provider and expanding coverage of both networks for internet users in Skagit & Whatcom County. As an OpenAccess customer, we know you’ll have many questions as the acquisition proceeds. We are going to do everything we can to make this transition seamless for you, while Continue Reading