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January 14, 2014

In preparation for the upcoming Sundance Film Festival, Peak Wireless Services installed today additional channel capacity for the Park City Area. The Sundance Film Festival has historically been a busy time of year. On top of the already busy ski season there are additional communication needs for transportation companies that serve the increase of tourism for the festival. Effective today Park City channel capacity has been increased by 40%, giving added two way radio capacity to provide for these additonal communication needs.

Peak Wireless Services remains the best choice for communication between the Salt Lake Valley and Summit County. Intersite connected coverage means that transportation services can talk from the Salt Lake International Airport to Park City, all without having to change channels.

December 17, 2013

Today marks an important day for boaters down near Lake Powell. Peak Wireless Services installed a new site near Bullfrog Utah, giving wireless two way radio coverage in the Hall's Crossing area. This coverage expansion will allow for push to talk radio communication from Bullfrog to anywhere in Peak Wireless' increasing wide area radio network. In addition to Hall's Crossing, the Bullfrog site will provide coverage to parts of Highway 276 including Ticaboo. Head on over to the Coverage Map to see the complete area covered.

September 17, 2013

Peak Wireless Services' coverage footprint has grown! A new site has been installed in west Garfield county giving coverage to Antimony, Bryce Canyon National Park, Escalante, Boulder and stretching south towards Lake Powell. This new site will be site number 25 and is operational effective today. Check out the updated Coverage Map to view complete coverage.

August 9, 2013

Today work was completed on doubling site capacity in Heber City. The Heber site, which provides coverage in the Heber valley including Midway and Highway 40, now has greater capacity to handle the increasing volume of calls made in the area.


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Peak Wireless Services is a two way radio service provider spanning Utah and Nevada. We provide seamless radio communications across Utah with a Kenwood NEXEDGE® trunking network of more than 27 mountain top sites. Connected through an IP back-haul, you can drive and talk without ever having to change the channel.