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The Wireless Infrastructure Association represents the businesses that develop, build, own and operate the nation’s wireless infrastructure.
Members include wireless carriers, infrastructure providers, and professional services firms that collectively own and operate telecommunications facilities around the globe. Through public affairs and advocacy efforts – on the local, state and federal level – WIA works to support the widespread deployment of wireless infrastructure in order to enable wireless broadband everywhere.
What We Do
The Wireless Infrastructure Association supports the diverse community of companies that make up the nation’s wireless ecosystem by providing its members and the industry with dedicated resources, advocacy, expertise and networking through a variety of activities and events.
WIA leads the industry in hosting national events and networking for new business development opportunities for wireless companies and the organizations that support them.
The Wireless Infrastructure Association advocates for the responsible deployment of wireless infrastructure across the United States.
WIA works with members of Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and other federal agencies in Washington, D.C. as well as state legislatures and local governments to promote policies that encourage network infrastructure deployment. WIA provides critical outreach and education at all levels of government in order to build strong relationships and represent the interests of members and the industry.