Directlink Plans and Pricing


Availability Overview




Directlink is ranked #74 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.

Directlink offers Internet service to approximately 1,997,517 people in 84 cities over 1 states.

Directlink offers Internet service via the following technology: Fixed Wireless

Directlink is available in 1 state.

Top 10 cities serviced by Directlink

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
Denver, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Aurora, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Arvada, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Westminster, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Broomfield, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Castle Rock, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Commerce City, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Parker, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Littleton, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Brighton, CO15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless

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Directlink Rankings
DirectLink is a Fixed Wireless provider for home or Business in and around Denver, Colorado serving counties like Douglas, Elbert, Arapahoe and Jefferson, serving not only the rural areas, but also metropolitan areas as well. At first glance their services are priced a little bit above average, and their speeds only go up to 15 Mbps, however their support staff can be reached via online form, phone or email and they state that 24/7 support will be added soon.
Customer Service6
Ease of Installation7
Account Management4
Technology & Equipment4
Contract Terms9
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