The staff at the Yes Link Store have been serving the Memphis area for four years. We provide TV, internet, phone, security, automation, data storage, audio/video integration, installation and cabling services to homes and businesses. While we’re experts in all those services, our specialty is customer service delivered with integrity and transparency.
Before starting Yes Link Store, owner J.R. Young worked 11 years as a business consultant for a major communications provider. A graduate of the University of Memphis with a degree in Electrical Engineering, Young has also worked as a licensed general contractor in both the public and private sector.
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Within a 100-mile radius of Memphis are a large number of rural households without high-speed internet. Because it’s not dependent on cables or other infrastructure that often doesn’t extend to rural areas, Viasat (formerly Exede) high-speed satellite internet is the perfect solution for these homeowners. Unfortunately, many customers who got their service from non-local retailers complain about longer than normal waits for service, slower than promised internet speeds, unexpected price increases and frequent outages. At the Yes Link Store, we know customers prefer local service, clean installs and extras like our new service tutorials – all provided with a smile.
Call us today and let’s plan your Viasat installation together.
The largest population center in Tennessee, the Mississippi River city of Memphis is home to about 650,000 people with another several hundred thousand living in the metro area. Founded in 1819 as a planned city by wealthy Americans that included then-future president Andrew Jackson, the community perched on a bluff above the river developed as a flood-free trade and transportation center. Sixty years after its founding, In the 1870s, Memphis’ population was decimated by years of yellow fever. Memphis eventually recovered, prospering as a trade center for cotton and hardwood. It became the first city in the United States to have a sanitary sewer system, an accomplishment inspired by the yellow fever epidemic.
In the 1950s and ’60s, Memphis became a music mecca with Elvis Presley, Johnnie Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and others all recording at the same studio. Artists including Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding and Booker T. & the M.G.’s gave rise to what became known as the Memphis sound. Today’s Memphis is a major commercial and transportation hub, with several interstates, railroad lines, a busy airport and river port all bringing goods and services into and out of the city. With an eclectic mix of rich history, diverse culture and and food, a sunny climate and welcoming people, Memphis is a fabulous city for living, playing, conducting business, or just visiting.