Moving to small town America from a more urban or suburban area is a big deal. It is often stated that moving is actually one of the top 5 stressors in a person’s life. This is even more so when you change the type of community you are living in. You may even find yourself experiencing culture shock. Whether your move is cause for joy or is out of necessity, there are things you need to know that will help you with your big move to small town America. Continue reading “Moving to Small Town America? What You Need To Know” »
Satellite Internet provider StarBand announced this week that it would be discontinuing service as of September 30, 2015. The company announcement included the explanation that rising operating costs, competition from other broadband alternatives, and the demand for bandwidth were the reasons for the decision. However, as with many failed businesses, when it comes down to it, keeping up with the competition and providing a quality service to consumers proved to be unattainable goals. Continue reading “Why StarBand Failed (And How HughesNet Can Help)” »
According to the White House, 98% of Americans now have access to high speed wireless Internet. But is it reality? Would you consider “having access to the Internet” if your access is at the local coffee shop or McDonald’s? Public free wifi leaves much to be desired, as one quickly finds out when you attempt to use it regularly. Continue reading “How Is Your Access to Wireless Internet?” »
DSL has long been considered one of the fast options for Internet service. Yet, more and more people are turning away from it and opting for other types of high speed Internet service for their home and business needs. For a variety of reasons and in many places, DSL is being trumped by other options. Continue reading “Why So Many People Are Dumping DSL” »
Summer fun for families involves lots of outdoors time, but having a resource for downtime, rainy days, the dog days of summer and when boredom hits is important. High speed Internet service in your home can take care of that regardless of where you live. Satellite Internet service is the best option in high speed Internet in rural areas throughout the country. Continue reading “Top 10 Reasons Your Family Needs Satellite Internet This Summer” »
CenturyTelNet Internet is quickly rising in the ranks of Internet service providers, as it offers advantages that many of the other big name providers don’t. These features are rarely found amongst Internet providers, and when you can find them, it is virtually impossible to find them all from the same provider, except from CenturyLink. These are 4 major advantages that set CenturyLink apart:
30 Day Satisfaction Guarantee
Many Internet service providers do not offer a satisfaction guarantee of any type. In fact, they typically make you agree to a 2 year contract without ever trying the service. The few providers with a satisfaction guarantee typically offer only short 10 day periods. CenturyLink ensures you are happy with a full 30 days to check out the service.
Virtually Unlimited Internet
With CenturyLink, you choose the speed and you have virtually unlimited access to the Internet. While there is technically a limit, it is so high that it is very hard to reach. Less than half of 1% of users hit that limit. What’s more, if you do reach it, instead of penalizing you, CenturyLink works with you to find a more fitting option from its plans.
Free TV Service
Only CenturyLink Internet gives you free TV access from its portal with more than 250 channels to choose from. This can save you a bundle by letting you cut out cable.
Do-It-Yourself installation that is easy and fast is a definite advantage for CenturyLink. Most providers insist that they take care of your installation, sometimes charging a fee, sometimes not. However, typically it involves disrupting your schedule, so that someone is available during a window of time for installers to come to your home. With CenturyLink, you set it up at your convenience or if you’d prefer, the company can do it for you.
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There are many parts of the country where 3G/4G wireless Internet is one of the best options in high speed Internet service. However, it is likely not the only option for you. Dialup is always a consideration, although not a good one. Satellite Internet is another good choice. However, data limits and lagtime can make it a poor choice for certain homes. Continue reading “Why You Need Wireless Internet For Your Home” »
While all the members of your household undoubtedly need high speed Internet, no one needs it more than your wife. There are so many advantages that high speed Internet can offer the woman of the house that it simply makes sense to ensure that she has a high speed connection to the Internet that is always connected and always ready to bring her exactly what she needs. Continue reading “Top 7 Reasons Your Wife Needs High Speed Internet at Home” »
If you’ve been holding out on upgrading your Internet service, consider “gifting” your husband with the luxury of high speed Internet. Whether he knows it or not, there are tons of reasons he needs to have high speed Internet at home. With an always-on connection from home to the rest of the world, he can do so much more, faster than ever before. Dialup and DSL are annoyingly slow, heading out to find a place with high speed Internet is a huge inconvenience. With high speed Internet at home he can do things he wants to do and even things he didn’t know he could in no time. Continue reading “Top 4 Reasons Your Husband Needs High Speed Internet at Home” »
There are lots of great reasons to get high speed Internet for your home and your kids are at the top of that list. Children who have Internet access at home enjoy a broad array of opportunities that children who don’t have Internet in the home simply don’t. Here are some of the great things high speed Internet will help your child, and you, do. Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons Your Kids Need High Speed Internet at Home” »