Freewire Broadband Plans and Pricing

Freewire Broadband
Freewire Broadband - Freewire Fixed Wireless Internet Plan
Freewire Fixed Wireless Internet Plan by Freewire Broadband
    $50.00 per month
    $50.00 / mo.
    Average Price
    Average Price

    Freewire Broadband Information

    Freewire Broadband is the largest wireless business provider in the Pacific Northwest. Companies located in Washington and Oregon can take advantage of their optimal services. In addition to their lightning-fast connection speeds, they also provide network management solutions for their clients. They have numerous products that can meet the needs of their vast clientele. Currently, they serve companies like Brightworks, Xerox, George Fox University, and A to Z Windworks, to name a few.

    Facts About Freewire Broadband:

    "They have a high-quality service level agreement with their customers, which they stand behind.

    "They guarantee that the network will be up at least 99.99 percent of the time.

    "Customers can count on their speeds and service.

    "All customers connectivity is monitored 24/7. That means when something goes down, Freewire Broadband already knows and begins working to fix it.

    "They were founded in 2005. Today, they are all throughout the I-5 corridor.

    "In 2015, Freewire Broadband joined forces with VeloCloud. This partnership, allowed them to bring WAN services with high-quality, to their existing client base.

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    Freewire Broadband is ranked #57 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.

    Freewire Broadband offers Internet service to approximately 2,544,704 people in 0 cities over 0 states.

    Freewire Broadband offers Internet service via the following technology: Fixed Wireless Internet

    Freewire Broadband is available in 1 state.

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