141 S. Allegheny St. Bellefonte, PA 16823
A true Bellefonte business, Wireless Made Simple, is up and running again. Recently recovered from an electrical fire in January, the Bellefonte store is now sporting the building’s original 1800’s hardwood floor among the renovations. Having been in Bellefonte since 2004, CEO of Wireless Made Simple, Eric Bruckner truly believes in the Shopping Local spirit of Bellefonte.
As Wireless Made Simple enjoys being locally owned and staffed, they continue to find ways to give back to the community. “We love the small town atmosphere and getting to know all of the local businesses and people” said Bruckner. They are regularly donating time, money, and resources to the local schools, food bank, Faith Centre, Special Olympics, and the Y among others. “We try to give back and support our community as much as it supports us” Bruckner added.
Bellefonte is home to the company headquarters, with additional stores in State College and Johnstown. In addition to their phones, tablets and awesome 1st edge payment free deal, Wireless Made Simple offers extensive business services. They have a team of business reps who travel to different clients and are dedicated to saving the client time and revenue.
Stop by the reopened Wireless Made Simple to get great customer service and top-notch products.
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