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Yellow Jacket Broadband is a reliable choice for clients living in rural areas and without landlines for DSL or Hard Wired Internet. WifiReports.com voted Yellow Jacket Broadband #1 Wireless Internet Provider in rural areas for 3 years in a row, AND we have partnered with the 3 major cell service providers.

If you are looking for a strong signal to your living room with the use of NO wires or maybe just something promising and up to date, then you're at the right place!

Several Available Providers, 10-day FREE TRIAL, UNLIMITED Data Caps, AND    NO CONTRACT! EVER!    So call us now to unlock your free trial and see for yourself just how reliable we are!!


NO ACCESS TO CABLE TV OR DSL ?
3G/4G OR Satellite Internet is an excellent solution ,
to this Growing Problem!!

What is Wireless Internet?

Wireless Internet
For most consumers, reliable high speed wireless Internet is an automatic feature in our lives which we take for granted and assume will always be there when we need it. We often do the same for cable TV and telephone. But that is not always the case for people living in rural or remote areas. High Speed Signal options in these areas are very limited. In some cases not even an option. Let me introduce you to Yellow Jacket Broadband and some of the unlimited data plans.

How Does Wireless Internet Work?
Wireless Services such as Broadband combines the technology of 4G wireless with a network of cellular towers to transmit High speed Internet access directly to your living room. Yellow Jacket Broadband supplies the customer with an installation kit containing a free Booster antenna, Free Signal Booster and Free Modem that connects the customer with the wireless transmission from local cell towers. Customers can then distribute LAN through their home Via Wireless or Hardwired Data outlets.

​What Is The Difference Between ​3G​ ​and​ 4G​
3G technology offers slower upload and download speeds when compared to its newer counterpart 4G. 4G is the current standard of cellular networks and a big improvement over 3g, as its speeds are 10 times faster, 4G is known to support high-definition mobile, TV, Video conferencing, etc. to be blunt 4G can do everything 3G can do...only better. That being said 4G requires a more powerful signal from bigger cell towers, as a result it is harder to achieve for many rural residents.

3G/4G Wireless Internet vs. Satellite Internet
Both wireless and satellite services currently remain relatively competitive when compared to cable. However Cable simply isn’t an option to many rural consumers, leaving wireless and satellite as the only two possibilities. So, which is best? The answer depends on the customer’s unique needs and circumstances. Wireless internet offers several advantages to satellite, including faster speeds and service uninterrupted by weather or obstructions to signals. Wireless offers a very reliable signal, just as reliable as the very best Cell phones. As Well as extremely fast broadband, suitable for playing games, Streaming videos, and just plain surfing the net. However, Satellite will continue to reboot often, seemingly for no reason at all. This process can take up to 15 minutes. Rainy days can completely block the satellite signal to a situation equal to having zero internet at times. Now, that's not to say don't buy satellite internet at all. You can still find many reliable satellite services out there, one example being Hughesnet, a company we recommend.


What is Satellite Internet?


Satellite Internet
Reliable High Speed Internet Service is not always an option for those living in rural areas or other remote locations. DSL and cable are often not available. This situation can leave consumers with limited options. And while 3G and 4G are becoming the #1 solution across rural America, Satellite Internet is becoming an excellent option for rural areas as well.

Satellite Internet Pros and Cons
The first thing about Satellite is that when it's working correctly you will have excellent service and will enjoy fast upload and download speeds. That is until it rains out or becomes windy, then you will begin to see issues. Annoying as it may seem, Remember when you live in a rural area, Dealing with a little down time doesn't bother most since the only other option is wireless Broadband. It’s a toss between satellite and wireless Broadband, I will have to vote for Wireless!

How Services Work

Wireless 3G/4G internet is transmitted using a network of cellular towers. This network is often referred to as "the grid". Our network covers even the most rural areas throughout the nation.

No matter what your online needs may be, our ultra fast network will find you and provide you with the speed that you need! We know that if you live in a rural area you have likely been told by many companies that there is no service available in your area. Ho​wever​​, using our install kit combined with a powerful booster antenna, you will be able to access our signal no matter where you’re located.

If you happen to be outside our network coverage area, there is a satellite internet service available that will send a beam directly to your area code. No matter where you live in the United States, we are the answer to all of your internet needs.


Fastest Wireless Broadband Around

If you have been looking for a high quality wireless broadband solution for your office or home, look no further! We offer the fastest internet speeds currently available!

If you are tired of waiting on downloads and websites that will not load correctly and just want to browse the internet as fast as everyone else, your solution is here. Rest assured Yellow Jacket Broadband is just the​ company that you have been looking for to solve all of your internet issues!




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Affordable Plans

There IS a wireless broadband service plan that is just right for you! From 6 mbps speeds and unlimited monthly data services, you can compare our prices and service plans to those of other cable internet providers throughout the country. Never worry about running out of data or not being able to use the internet at your home again. We can ensure that no matter where you are, you will have high quality 3G/4G service available for all of your devices.


Try it for 10 Days

If you are still unsure about whether Yellow Jacket Broadband is right for you, why not try out our services to find out for sure. We offer a 10 day trial period that will allow you to try out our services. Then you can see for yourself just how fast our broadband internet services are and decide if our services are the correct solution for you!


Read Our Customer Testimonials

*Upload /Download Speeds Depend on Zipcode and Plan specifically.


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