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Brown Dog Networks Plans and Pricing

Brown Dog Networks

Brown Dog Networks Plans and Pricing

Brown Dog Networks is ranked #79 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.

Brown Dog Networks offers Internet service to approximately 1,866,029 people in 140 cities over 2 states.

Brown Dog Networks offers Internet service via the following technology: Fixed Wireless

Lowest Price
Lowest Price
$55.00
Average Price
Average Price
$60.00
Highest Data Cap
Highest Data Cap
Fastest Download
Fastest Download
3mbps

Availability Overview

1,866,029

1,091,678

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Brown Dog Networks is available in 2 states.

Top 10 cities serviced by Brown Dog Networks

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
St. Louis, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Florissant, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Chesterfield, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
94.01%
Wentzville, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
15.02%
Ballwin, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Maryland Heights, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Hazelwood, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Arnold, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Festus, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
99.97%
Bridgeton, MO10 Mbps4 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
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Brown Dog Networks Rankings
The best part of BrownDog's fixed wireless service is that it appears to be a month to month contract. Although contact information is available on the site, there is no separation between sales, customer and technical support. Residential pricing is high for speeds offered, and very high for business packages. High marks are given for reliability and technology only because it's not an old dial-up modem.
Reliability6
Customer Service5
Pricing3
Ease of Installation7
Account Management3
Technology & Equipment6
Contract Terms8
Rating5
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