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‘Wireless & More’ offers options galore!

December 1, 2010 by Valley Bugler

 The Home Electronics Store is changing their name to “Wireless & More”.They still have the same people there with great customer service, and after listening to customers comments on their name, they chose a more easy to remember name describing what they do.
Wireless & More strives to be different by treating their customers like family, working with them more on a person to person basis, versus the standard protocol of buying something and being referred somewhere else for problems. Customers come in and they enjoy cookies at the beginning of the month and chit chat with other customers as they make their payments or to purchase something.Thanks to Wireless & More customers great referrals, they have grown during this economic hard time.“We must be doing something right! Our customers keep sending people our way,” owner James Wonser exclaimed.
“Our business has grown over the past 4 years into a place where people can come to make their payments whether it be there cell phone bill, or internet bill, and we accept over 100 other payments/types. In fact, I’m working hard to get the City of Longview Utility, & Cowlitz PUD on board with accepting their payments also.”Owner James Wonser understands the chaos and confusion that it might cause with Olympic Drug closing up shop. He feels it is important that people understand that there is an alternative, Wireless & More, located behind K.F.C. next to the locksmith by Triangle Bowl.Wireless & More offers a full payment center, along with cell phone with no contracts, no deposits, Security Cameras and equipment and 17 + years of combined experience. With 5 employees ready to help customers, it is a great place for local one-stop bill payments and cell phones.

Store Hours are 10am - 6pm Monday through Friday and 10am - 4pm on Saturdays

Wireless & More
2025 9th Ave Ste #100
Longview, WA


Talking Business: Home Electronics Store moves

By Erik Olson The Daily News Online | Posted: Monday, June 30, 2008 12:00 am

Anyone can be the victim of a crime, but not everyone can afford to protect themselves from crime.To James Wonser, though, that didn't seem fair, and he saw a business opportunity.Wonser opened his Home Electronics Store nearly three years ago, and he's hoping his recent move will let more people have access to the home security equipment he stocks."With all the meth and the problems and everything else, there has to be a more affordable solution," he said.Wonser, 37, a Longview resident, has moved the Home Electronics Store to 2025 Washington Way, Suite 100, next to Keys Plus near the Triangle Mall. He launched the business about two and a half years ago on Vandercook Way, then moved to a bigger spot on Oregon Way for about three months. The store opened at its current location two months ago.Wonser offers alarm systems and cameras that can do everything from keep a steady eye on a dark corner to give a warning beep if an intruder is coming through the yard.He said he also does consultations to help customers determine what security system suits them best.The Home Electronics Store is an authorized T-Mobile cell phone outlet store, with all of T-Mobile's equipment and coverage plans available, Wonser added.The Home Electronics Store is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Appointments can be made after hours, Wonser said.

For more information, call 501-4100.