Connect+ Wide Area Wireless

Reliable Coverage Across a Wide Geographic Area

Connect+ Wide Area Wireless a trunked two-way radio system that uses digital controls to automatically assign frequencies to user groups.

Multiple groups can communicate with each other through multiple channels (40 – 60+).

Commenco has already paid for Connect+ towers and repeaters so no infrastructure investment is required to get set up.

Roaming wide-area voice & data service provides coverage in Kansas, Missouri, and parts of Iowa and Nebraska

Who Uses Connect+ Wide Area Wireless?

Cell Phone Users and Dispatch

Organizations paying for employee cell service to keep them connected to each other and dispatch.

Many Employees Spread out Across Many Locations

Public transportation vehicles and facilities, logistics operations, local municipalities.

CUSTOM SOFTWARE USERS

Organizations using customized purpose-built tools to manage operations and daily tasks.

SMARTER THAN SMART PHONES

  • 3x faster than cell & wi-fi networks
  • Safer to use in mobile environments
  • Approved for use by drivers in-transit
  • PTT instantly connects one or many
  • Secure frequencies protect  privacy
  • Built-in software controls operations
  • Rate plans to fit most budgets
  • No frequency licensing required

*Our coverage map is not a guarantee of coverage or service availability in your area and it’s subject to change without notice. The map is a general prediction of where service applies based on our internal data. Network changes, unexpected traffic volume, outages, technical limitations, customer equipment, obstructions, weather or other conditions may interfere with service quality, availability, and may result in areas of no service.

*Our coverage map is not a guarantee of coverage or service availability in your area and it’s subject to change without notice. The map is a general prediction of where service applies based on our internal data. Network changes, unexpected traffic volume, outages, technical limitations, customer equipment, obstructions, weather or other conditions may interfere with service quality, availability, and may result in areas of no service.