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Wish I had known about this service months ago would have saved me lots of time. Mark helped and was very good at what he does. Thank you so much, now I can relax a little. Now I have internet at my lake house, yippee.
Mark was understanding and made the first steps of transitioning from one service provider to the other....and even made sure that my home phone number gets ported over.
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Knowledgeable quick service was provided by Ashley which knew the answers to every question I had technical and non-technical.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Cable Internet is a service that offers high-speed Internet through the same coaxial cable as cable television. The speeds usually vary from 1.5 Mbps and higher.
DSL, or Digital Subscriber Line, is an Internet service that delivers Internet over a wire line, which offers faster Internet speeds than traditional copper lines. The speeds vary from several hundred Kbps to million bits per second or Mbps.
Fiber Internet is usually the fastest type of Internet service available to residents ranging in speeds up to 1 Gbps. The data is transmitted through optical fibers allowing for data to be carried through longer distances without sacrificing speed.
Satellite Internet is received via a small satellite dish that usually faces the direction of the provider’s satellite in space. It is typical for satellite providers to offer a data cap for their plans with speeds ranging from 1 Mbps and higher.