The Norman Transcript


May 24, 2014

Totalcomm celebrates opening

NORMAN — Totalcomm Wireless hosted their grand opening this weekend at 1278 N. Interstate Drive, in the Robinson Crossing Shopping Center. Totalcomm Wireless is a premier provider of prepaid wireless communications.

The leadership team of Totalcomm Wireless is headed by president and CEO Calvin L. Seaton, a 22-year veteran of the U.S Army, including two tours in Vietnam. Seaton also has an extensive background in the trucking industry and entrepreneurship of business startups.

General manager of Totalcomm Wireless is Frank W. Mazerac, who brings over 10 years business management and sales experience, combined with network applications and IT support.

Account executive for Totalcomm Wireless is John K. Ritchie with 30 years telecommunications experience as an AT&T technician, field manager and account manager. Ritchie’s career also spans technical support, account executive and quality assurance manager with Sprint.

Virgin Mobile, Cricket, Net Ten and Simple Mobile are just a few of the nearly 25 carriers available for wireless communications. Tag Mobile is also available for Lifeline wireless service available at a monthly rate of just one dollar.

Totalcomm Wireless is also an authorized retailer for DISH Network, not only for residential, but with a strong focus on commercial application.

IPhones, Androids and Blackberry handsets, along with Samsung tablets, are available as well as a complete line of Bluetooth accessories and a wide array of hands-free devices for driving.

Totalcomm Wireless provides the convenience of meeting all bill payment needs including major credit card payments, AT&T Mobility, AT&T U-Verse, OG&E, OEC, Waste Management Inc. and many others.

All veterans and their dependents, police officers, firefighters, ambulance personnel, state and federal employees, students at any level and senior citizens 60 and above will receive a 10 percent discount on select items.

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