World Network International Service Inc is a NYS Facility Based Public Utility and is authorized to incur 3 billion in debt most of that authority is available and WNIS is moving forward to request 3.5 Trillion in additional Debt Authority from the NYS Public Service Commission to expand infrastructure.

Announcement ---------------Today 1-31-2017

" World Network International Services Inc " enters commercial space race  as in 1958: the  United States entered the space age

The United States enters the Space Age with its first successful launch of a satellite into orbit, Explorer I.
On this momentous day the WNIS  Companies have voted to fund a joint venture in bringing high speed telecommunications into space through patent pending intellectual property and virtually limitless funding from a public utility.
This Project is dubbed “MarVenMer”  the United Mission  to create the space infrastructure for commerce.

The mission will acquire existing satellites and  place new satellites around and between the trio of planets and earth. We have developed the ability to produce propellant in space for refueling and to power our telecom equipment. Additional secret capabilities have also been developed to provide unlimited funding.
World Network International Services Inc  A NYS Facility based Public Utility currently authorized to incur 3.5 Billion USD and is seeking authorization for an additional 3.5 trillion dollars from NYS Public Service Commission.
WNIS Companies
48 35 41 St
Sunnyside NY 11104

The MARVENMER mission stands for the Mars Venus Mercury telecom communications and rocket propellant mission to support the announced Commercial endeavors to establish a freight and people moving infrastructure between the inner planets. In this case we are establishing a network to support commerce across the inner planetary bodies including LaGrange points and smaller moon like bodies.

World Network International Services Inc. was incorporated in 1996 and received PSC Facility Based Phone company status in 1997.

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