100Mbps, $60-per-month wireless Internet comes to single-family homes

Written by Arstechnica
  • Arstechnica
  • 3 years ago


Last week, we wrote about a wireless Internet service provider called Webpass that sells 500Mbps upload and download speeds for just $55 a month.That service is only available for businesses and multi-unit residential buildings in big cities because it wouldn’t be financially feasible to bring it out to the suburbs and single-family homes.

But there’s another wireless Internet service provider that is bringing pretty fast Internet—100Mbps upload and download for $60 a month—to single-family homes. The company, Vivint, makes home security and automation technology as well as rooftop solar panels, but it expanded into broadband after customers practically begged for it.

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