Syringa Wireless Joins Associated Carrier Group

Syringa Wireless Joins Associated Carrier Group

ACG / May 28, 2009

The Associated Carrier Group, LLC, (ACG) announced today that Syringa Wireless, an Idaho LLC, has joined the group of independent tier two and three carriers and increased overall membership to 28 member carriers.  ACG, formed in January 2005, is an alliance of North American CDMA carriers that collaborates efforts to provide timely and competitive value to consumers in member markets while creating efficiencies of scale for device manufacturers and vendors.

“ACG aggregates carrier demand to insure timely availability of innovative wireless devices that consumers demand.” said ACG President Brian Caraway.  “Our organization provides Member Carriers with a means to work collaboratively with equipment manufacturers and vendors in an effort to bring the latest technologies, competitive value, and greater choice to consumers.   We are pleased to welcome Syringa Wireless as the newest member of ACG.”

 “Wireless communications is a competitive industry. The ability for our Idaho based company to tap into the resources available through ACG will further assist us in providing the latest in customer demanded products and greater customer support,” states Mike Hunsaker, General Manager, Syringa Wireless LLC. 

Carriers interested in joining ACG or seeking further information visit 

About Syringa Wireless:

Syringa Wireless is a consortium of four long standing Idaho ILEC/CLEC companies. Owners include: Direct Communications, Filer Mutual Telephone, Silver Star Communications, and Project Mutual Telephone (PMT).  Our unique company ownership has yielded a service network built and customized to the people and communities of southern and eastern Idaho. Services offered include traditional agreement plans and convenient pay as you go offerings.  More information is available at

About ACG
ACG was formed to benefit both its members and the consumer by facilitating efficient production and marketing of devices as well as increased competition. The consortium enables its members to work with manufacturers, suppliers and other vendors to acquire more timely access to relevant CDMA devices.  ACG presently has twenty-seven Member Carriers based in various markets throughout the United States.   More information is available at