Cutting Edge Wireless
We use 5G technology to send ultra high speed Internet directly to a small antenna on your roof (about the size of a dinner plate and less noticeable than any vents or other things up there). It performs flawlessly in any weather and no matter how much your neighbors use their Internet connection.
This allows us to deliver connections that are faster and more secure than fiber without digging up your street or your yard. And because we don’t use 40 year old cables designed for television, there are a lot fewer things that can go wrong, and they’re easier to fix if they ever do.
All of that allows us to pass lower costs on to you, so you not only get the fastest and most reliable, but also the most affordable Internet in the region. And because our technology is more reliable, we have more time to focus on making your life easier — for instance, by allowing you to schedule your installation at a specific time that’s convenient for you, instead of waiting around all day for someone to not show up.
How & Why We Do It
Founded by Aberdeen-native Matt Guthmiller, we believe in the power of the internet to change lives, to drive social change, to make the world markedly, measurably better. At the same time, we saw a need for a low-cost, easily deployable technology to bring that to areas like South Dakota that are traditionally ruled by monopolistic telecoms with no incentive to provide better service. People need the internet. It brings us together, helps us learn and connect and do more than any other invention in the history of the world.
Step 1: Make it smart
We use cutting-edge wireless technology that’s faster, easier, and more reliable than fiber and constantly evolving to go even further so it’s always able to handle everything you do on the Internet.
Step 2: Make it simple
Our plans include everything you need to get connected to the internet, and nothing else, because everything you want is already online. You schedule a time for us to install it, and that’s it.
Step 3: Make it affordable
You should pay a fair price for internet, period. No sneaky promotions, fake prices, extra hardware and installation costs, or long-term contracts.
Step 4: Make it helpful
We make decisions by asking if it’s something we’d appreciate as a customer. If it’s not, we don’t do it.