While ahead of its time when it was originally deployed, the legacy PShift network in the Morrisville area was no longer delivering an end user experience that was up to the GAW service standard. GAW upgraded its broadband access speeds that also accommodate Internet, Voice and DirecTV. With the new upgrade, GAW management made the decision to wave the customary two-year contract at the time of the upgrades, to support the current customer base.Although not as quickly deployed as we anticipated, we took the time to create a superior solution for our customers.’ said Josh Garza, CEO, GAW. ‘The subscriber response to the increased speeds and improved service has been overwhelming. Both current and new users are expressing their delight in having the best alternative in the market. Nearly 100 customers chose to upgrade to the highest Internet speeds in their area, which reach upwards of 6 mbps. ‘ The final phase of the Morrisville Service upgrade replaced the Trombley Hill, Stagecoach and Elmore Fire Department access points, as well as all customer equipment being served by those access points. The upgrade offers significant speed, with a 3 mbps standard. The upgrade provides for streaming video, online gaming and more. Now customers can have one provider of communications services, featuring Voice, DirecTV, and Internet. Digital Voice Service features unlimited local and long distance calling for only $19.95 per month, and GAWTV from DirecTV with monthly fees beginning at just $34.99. You can bundle all three for less than $95 per month, or purchase each individually as stand-alone services. ‘In many cases, our competitors raise their rates in a few months after signing up,’ exclaimed Josh Garza, CEO, GAW. ‘Once subscribers understand that our monthly rates don’t go up after the first few months as with our competitors, they choose to stay with a communications provider that rewards customers’ loyalty.’ About GAWGAW is the premier provider of Internet, Voice and DirecTV in New England. GAW offers services to both rural residents, and those in more urban areas seeking higher broadband signals. GAW has served more than 50,000 users in CT, VT, and parts of NH and NY. GAW is New England’s largest and fastest high-speed wireless Internet service provider. For more information about GAW, or to find out how to get high-speed access to the Internet, visit www.gaw.com(link is external), call 1.877.5.GET.GAW or email firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail).
Lakers reportedly could be eyeing these 2 candidates to replace Luke Walton Very ferocious Dwight jams are the best Dwight jams. pic.twitter.com/02CTNwE4qx— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) March 27, 2019What’s Next?Pacers (45-29) at Thunder (43-31) 8 p.m. ET — Fourth-seeded Indiana has already clinched a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. Oklahoma City, however, hasn’t accomplished this yet. The Thunder are seventh in the Western Conference and will face a cold Pacers team that has lost four of their last five games. Rockets star James Harden and the Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo have been the front-runners for MVP for most of the season. Milwaukee claimed a 108-94 victory against Houston at Fiserv Forum.Antetokounmpo scored 19 points and racked up 14 rebounds in his team’s win. Eric Bledsoe recorded a team-high 23 points, though. Related News Heat honor Chris Bosh with jersey retirement, tribute video Tuesday was an exciting night in the NBA.Two league MVP contenders faced off, and yet another Western Conference team clinched a playoff berth. Harden had an off night, scoring 23 points on just 9-of-26 shooting.If the Bucks and Rockets meet again, it’ll be in the NBA Finals.Meanwhile, the Clippers clinched a spot in the postseason with a 122-111 win over the Timberwolves.Los Angeles’ Danilo Gallinari led all scorers with 25 points, which helped his team fight off solid scoring performances from Karl-Anthony Towns (24) and Andrew Wiggins (22).6th straight win & it is a #NBAPlayoffs clincher… @LAClippers win 122-111! #ClipperNationDanilo Gallinari: 25 PTS, 10 REBLou Williams: 20 PTS, 7 ASTMontrezl Harrell: 18 PTS, 5 REB pic.twitter.com/zeQbL3dGCC— NBA (@NBA) March 27, 2019Time is winding down. The Jazz, Thunder, Spurs and Kings are still looking to punch their tickets to the playoffs in the Western Conference.Studs of the NightKemba Walker’s 38 points, nine rebounds and 11 assists powered the Hornets to a 125-116 overtime victory over the Spurs.Trae Young tallied 33 points and 12 assists, leading the Hawks past the Pelicans, 130-120.Jamal Murray scored a game-high 33 points in the Nuggets’ 95-92 victory against the Pistons.Bradley Beal poured in 32 points as the Wizards fell to the Lakers, 124-106.Duds of the NightJeremy Lin scored two points on 1-of-9 shooting, but Toronto beat Chicago, 112-103.Kelly Olynyk only managed four points on 1-of-7 shooting in Miami’s 104-99 loss to Orlando.HighlightsLance Stephenson’s handles sent Washington’s Jeff Green stumbling all the way to the baseline.Lance making them dance is our @budweiserusa Moment of the Week pic.twitter.com/kr5tgZt3kf— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) March 27, 2019Dwight Powell reached back to finish this alley-oop in the Mavericks’ 125-121 loss to the Kings.