Here at FreedomNet Solutions we are committed to bringing you the best rural no limits internet service for your needs. Our point to multipoint wireless no limits internet service is always unlimited with the highest speeds available. We try to be very upfront with our prices and the service that we provide. When we tell you something about our no limits internet service, it’s the truth! Being a local internet provider in Byron Center, Michigan, we have a strong commitment to the state of Michigan, and understand the struggles that come along with finding quality no limits rural Michigan internet. This is why we are committed to providing the best possible point to multipoint wireless Michigan internet.
Many other rural internet providers in Michigan such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Exede Internet, HughesNet, DishNet, etc. don’t share this commitment. This is why we always encourage our customers to “Read the Fine Print” before signing up for a rural internet service. When reading the fine print you will frequently find that the prices and speeds that other providers claim are not what the customer actually gets. Often times you will find that our competitors have data limits on the amount that you can use the service each month along with additional charges such as, an equipment leasing fee, additional taxes, or undisclosed service fees. It is also common to find that the internet speeds that they offer are drastically different than what they are advertising.
If you are having a hard time finding Michigan internet in the country, feel free to contact us if you have questions on how FreedomNet Solutions provides internet that is better than satellite. We would be happy to tell you how we are able to provide you with a better rural no limits internet service option. You can do this by filling out the Contact Us form on our website or by calling our Sales Department @ 866.669.4737×2. We would be happy to go over the details with you and find out if our service is a good fit for your needs.
Remember to “Read the Fine Print” before signing up with any internet service provider.