Finding affordable internet in the outskirts of Aubrey was tough for us. Our internet was always bad, which even caused us to lose jobs because of bad Wi-Fi. We tried using mobile hotspots, but they weren't good enough. Many internet companies promised to fix this but couldn’t.
After trying many companies, we gave Speed Net Broadband a chance. I told them what we needed, and they suggested a plan that was both cheap and good for us. They answered all my questions and even helped pick the right equipment.
Once we got our equipment, I asked for help to set it up. They put me in touch with their tech support, who were really smart and set everything up perfectly. The internet worked way better than we expected, thanks to Speed Net Broadband. They really did a great job for us.
Frequently Asked questions (FAQs)
Q1. What internet speeds can I expect from your service?
Answer: The speed of our internet service varies depending on your location. With our 4G service, speeds range from 10 Mbps to 30 Mbps, while our 5G service offers speeds from 50 Mbps up to 600 Mbps. If you're in a rural area, you can still expect a reliable connection that's suitable for work-from-home, gaming, and streaming.
Q2. How can I monitor my broadband usage?
Answer: To check your broadband usage, you can usually use your router's app or access its login page, where there's often a section showing data usage for each device. If your router doesn't have this feature, or if you're having trouble finding the information, our support line is available to assist you.
Q3. What internet speed is necessary for my needs?
Answer: The internet speed you need largely depends on what you use the internet for, such as work-from-home activities, schooling, gaming, streaming, and the number of devices connected to the network. You can discuss your specific usage with our associate, and they will advise you on the appropriate speed to meet your requirements.
Q4. What is the difference between your residential unlimited and commercial unlimited plans?
Answer: Both plans offer unlimited data, but there are key differences. The residential unlimited plan provides priority speeds up to 500GB of data usage. After 500GB, the speed may be reduced during times of network congestion. The commercial unlimited plan, designed mainly for business or work-from-home needs, does not have any speed throttling regardless of data usage. This ensures consistent, high-speed internet access at all times.