MADISON HEIGHTS—Metro Wireless, a business internet service provider, announced that it would now accept cryptocurrencies Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) for its services.
This latest move enables customers to use virtually any Payment Protocol compatible (also known as BIP-70) cryptocurrency wallet to complete a transaction. The company has selected BitPay.com, a merchant processing company, to partner with and has successfully integrated the platform into its own user experience.
These new forms of digital currency payments, beyond the traditional check, ACH or credit card transactions, can be used to make payments for business Internet services, equipment purchases, site build outs and business Internet installations.
Said Metro Wireless CEO Dominic Serra: “Leading a technology company, I have to pave the way for new and incoming changes in monetary exchanges, offering our customers the latest and greatest offerings.”
Other companies Metro Wireless is joining in cryptocurrency transactions are Overstock, Microsoft, Expedia, and Whole Foods, amongst many others.
Metro Wireless offers temporary, permanent and backup services including fixed wireless, fiber, LTE, P2P, SD-WAN, colocation, managed WIFI and hosted PBX nationwide.