Since 1985, Electronic Innovations has been a local self-installing satellite dealer serving Central Wisconsin and the surrounding areas. With truly local customer service and no 1-800 numbers to call, we can deliver an unrivaled customer experience surrounding your desired TV or Internet provider.
No two clients are exactly alike, Electronic Innovations understands that to provide the best solution, you have to carry the best products. Our staff members can recommend a solution from either major satellite TV provider.
Not looking for service from the big satellite companies? No worries, we can also offer cable TV, or free over the air reception for you basic TV watchers that just want the local channels.
If you already have service, Electronic Innovations provides a variety of existing customer services including upgrading your equipment, troubleshooting and repairing problems and many others. We’ll even review your bill to see if there’s a way to help you save money.
Call or stop by our facility at 4403 Stewart Ave. in Wausau and see the difference having a local company on your side can make. Together, we’ll make your TV and internet experience a great one!
Central Wisconsin residents can now get access to fast internet without data caps. Exede has been a go-to product for Electronic Innovations for multiple years. Their relaxed data policy and consistently fast speeds have proven the right internet solution for hundreds of local residents in our community. Exede is offered with a variety of plans and price, so we can find one that fits your needs. This satellite internet service works anywhere you can get a line of sight. So say good bye to expensive data plans from your wireless company; Exede has you covered.
Wausau is a city of about 40,000 residents straddling the Wisconsin River in Central Wisconsin. Originally occupied by the Ojibwe Indians, its name means “a faraway place” in their language. The Ojibwe operated a lucrative fur trade in Wausau until European settlers were drawn to the area and its riverside location. Lumbering became a major industry here in the 1840s, and growth soon prompted construction of schools, churches and other industries. The lumber industry died in the early 1900s but Wausau continued to thrive with paper manufacturing, insurance, residential construction and tourism related businesses. Wausau continues to develop and redefine itself today, following a master plan to add even more life to its historic downtown and river district.