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Why people are choosing fixed wireless over DSL & Cable:

DSL

256k+

Average Speed

  • Dependent Accessibility
    • Dependent on proximity to provider. Service can get spotty based on location.
  • Shared Bandwidth
    • Often overloaded based on how many users are online in your area
Cable

3MB+

Average Speed

  • Dependent Accessibility
    • Dependent on proximity to provider. Service can get spotty based on location.
  • Shared Bandwidth
    • Often overloaded based on how many users are online in your area
Fixed Wireless

No Limit

Guaranteed Speeds

  • Available in both Rural and Urban areas
    • Fixed wireless uses radio signals to deliver lightening fast internet almost anywhere.
  • Guaranteed Bandwidth
    • Always get your plan speeds

How It Works

Fixed Wireless technology - the fastest and most accessible choice

Fixed Wireless Basics

Instead of using phone or cable wires to provide service, fixed wireless uses radio signals between you and the internet tower. Unlike cable, the quality of your service doesn't depend on how many other people are using the internet at the time. And unlike DSL, your distance from your service provider (the location of the exchange) will not cause your speed of service to decrease.

In the early days of the internet (well, that is, a few years ago), the equipment necessary to provide this high-quality connection was only available to very large companies, and it was unaffordable to the average internet user. But now that that equipment is more widely available, it's a game changer. It means that everyone can now have access to fast, reliable internet, even if you live in an area in which it has traditionally been difficult to get reliable internet.

Why DSL and Cable can’t keep up

DSL and Cable use outdated copper wire technology that is already in your home to deliver your service. Sounds like a great idea because everyone already has phone and cable lines. The only problem is that the quality of DSL depends on how close you are to the provider's central office. If you're close to the provider's office, congratulations! Your internet might be adequate. If you don't live close to your provider, the quality of your connection will degrade over that distance. Of course, you'll still pay the same amount.

Like DSL, cable internet uses some of the same hardware that might already be in your home - your television cable connection. Unlike DSL, your cable connection does not degrade with distance. Hooray! But there's a different problem now: you share your cable connection with your neighbors and businesses in your area. If you use cable internet, you might have noticed that your internet slows down during high-traffic times. It's like an internet rush hour. If you have a video chat appointment during this time, or need to stream video, you'll probably experience some lag time. If you have a business to run, you know you can't afford to appear unprofessional by having a frustratingly slow connection. 

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