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Wireless Internet access, sometimes referred to as “Wi-Fi,” is a network ran by radio waves rather than wires. Wireless Internet service is broadcast from Access Points (APs) to subscribers' homes. The APs, located on the tops of grain elevators, relay Internet connectivity to anyone within “hearing” range who is equipped with one of our wireless radios.
Generally speaking if you can see the grain elevator from your rooftop, then you qualify for our service.
Call our office at 580-237-4810580-237-4810 to set up a free site survey or fill out the online form. Please include detailed directions to your home or business. We will send a technician to your location to measure the signal strength.
Helping Rural Communities Access the Internet