Wireless Internet Works
The New Way to
Get Internet to Your Home or Business:
Using cable, phone lines or fiber to connect your home is the old way.
Running a new wire down your street attaching a
cable one pole or one hole at a time to increase your Internet capacity
is slow and expensive.
With wireless, your Internet Service Provider (ISP) builds
one wireless site on a tower or high structure that serves you
and all your neighbors. This is often referred to
as the "hub", and it serves the "last mile" of your
of the Old Ways:
Not only is expanding a new wired Internet connection slow and
expensive, it is limited to the technology used. TV cable
shares the connection with hundreds of video TV channels and the copper
wires used by the phone company can only carry a limited amount of
bandwidth and only for a distance of a few thousand feet.
While fiber has enough bandwidth to serve our future online
needs, the cost of stringing another line down your street has been
found to be unprofitable even for the largest companies in the US.
Data Capacity of Wireless is Growing:
Wireless Internet already uses 4G - LTE bandwidth which can range from
5Mb to 50Mb downloads. In some areas wireless carriers are
using multiple channel capabilities which can double and triple those
download speeds. Even in areas where wireless data is slow,
3G and below, it may be the fastest service available. You
aren't still using dialup are you?
Wireless is Being Built Today:
The next generation of wireless technology, 5G, is being developed
primarily for the "last mile" customer. While 5G will also be
available for the mobile Internet user, the largest bandwidth users
will be in a fixed location such as a home or office. 5G
networks are being built today and as they evolve, equipment and
channels will be developed to provide the largest amount of data
capabilities to the largest number of customers.
Wireless Internet is Available Now:
Until 5G wireless arrives in your neighborhood, there are a number of
Wireless Internet products available today. We
feature the most popular and economical Wireless Internet units on our home page.
These units use various cellular channels to connect you to
the Internet and contains a Wi-Fi connection to link up all your online
devices: computers, tablets, IoT devices (like your thermostat or your
refrigerator) and even your smartphone.
Fixed Wireless is the next step in Wireless Internet. Fixed
Wireless includes an
outdoor antenna that is professionally mounted on or near the exterior
of your home or business to provide a strong signal for better
connectivity. Since Fixed Wireless is attached to a building, what you
lose in portability you make up with a faster and more reliable data
connection. Fixed Wireless is primarily available today
in areas where other high-speed Internet connections are not
offered. Fixed Wireless may be offered by a number of independent
ISP's in several parts of the country and is expanding nationally
by AT&T. With 5G, Fixed Wireless will become more common,
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is Available Near You:
Fixed Wireless High Speed
Fixed Wireless Internet includes an outdoor antenna that is
professionally mounted on or near the exterior of your home or business
to provide a strong signal for better connectivity.
- Actual price varies
based on installation requirements.
download speed 10Mb.
- Connect your
Wi-Fi devices including tablets,
smartphones, and laptops.
download included, higher data usage billed in 50GB increments.
- Offered in
limited areas of the US.
- Check Availability