MIX Communications

MIX Communications

(MIX) Providers of Internet access and presentation services for businesses and individuals in the Milwaukee, WI, USA metropolitan area. MIX started providing Internet access services to the Milwaukee area in 1990. It was the first business in Milwaukee to provide Internet access services to the public.

MIX Communications is owned and operated by Dean Roth.

http://mixcom.com/.

E-mail: <info@mixcom.com>.

Telephone: +1 (414) 351 1868 (Office), +1 (414) 351 1139 (BBS). Address: MIX Communications, P.O. Box 17166, Milwaukee, WI 53217, USA.
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