Rise Broadband

Broadband Service A Step Above the Rest

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Rise Broadband's Most Popular Service Plans

Rise Broadband's plans vary by region, so be sure to verify pricing and plan terms with them before ordering service as all plans or promotions may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time.

Economy Internet

Speeds Up To: 5 Mbps
Starting at: $42.95/mo
30-day money-back guarantee
Your start to connecting to the internet

Preferred Internet

Speeds Up To: 10 Mbps
Starting at: $52.95/mo
30-day money-back guarantee
Internet fast enough to stream and game

Breakout Internet

Speeds Up To: 15 Mbps
Starting at: $62.95/mo
30-day money-back guarantee
Your next step in internet connectivity

Pros & Cons of Rise Broadband

Rise Broadband Pros
  • Has cutting-edge fixed wireless infrastructure
  • Up to 1 Gbps Speeds
  • Most coverage among fixed wireless ISPs
  • No exterior cabling required
Rise Broadband Cons
  • Extensive tech support costs more
  • Must be inside radio signal range
  • Usage is limited by monthly caps

Summary of All Internet Plans for Rise Broadband

NamePromotionPriceSpeedData Cap
Economy Internet-$42.955 Mbps-
Preferred Internet-$52.9510 Mbps-
Breakout Internet-$62.9515 Mbps-
Breakout Premier-$72.9520 Mbps-
Rise Broadband's plans vary by region, so be sure to verify pricing and plan terms with them before ordering service as all plans or promotions may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time.

Rise Broadband Internet Service

With it’s beginning in 2015, Rise Broadband has been offering fixed wireless to more than 20 million people across 16 states. Their mission is to bring reliable, high-speed internet service to all of their customers, and enabling them to access their favorite sites, streams, and gaming activities with no delay. They prioritize expanding to areas lacking DSL, cable, or fiber services. Rise Broadband is responsible for bringing quality, affordable, high-speed broadband to parts of the US that typically do not have fast internet access. Because of the increasing demand for high-speed internet around the nation, Rise Broadband’s expanding infrastructure is becoming much more important.

The Rise Broadband fixed wireless network is the biggest in the US. Their parent company, JAB Wireless Inc., was started in 2005, and prioritizes offering residential and commercial internet services, such as enterprise broadband and cloud services. JAB Wireless Inc. combined several entities into Rise Broadband, such as Digis, Prairie iNet, Rhino Communications, and Skybeam, with the goal of giving underserved broadband areas a high-speed internet service option. Rise Broadband is constantly growing, and it is undoubtedly going to acquire and merge with more companies in the future to increase their opportunity to offer wireless services to more customers.

The fixed wireless technology that Rise Broadband has deployed is the best available. With the ability to bring customers speeds from 3 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps, which is comparable to DSL, cable, and most fiber plans. Customers receive a device that creates a point-to-point connection to Rise Broadband’s tower, giving direct communication for the high-speed, fixed wireless service.

Rise Broadband benefits from covering large areas, without investing in massive cabling projects, legal or financial restrictions, and more customer opportunities. Fixed wireless can also be expanded by wirelessly connecting towers to each other (called relays or hops), allowing Rise Broadband to expand for miles in areas that cannot easily be accessed by wired connections. Businesses can also benefit from the fixed wireless relay connections to offer satellite branches direct access to their home office.

Frequently Asked Questions about Rise Broadband

Am I required to sign a long term contract with Rise Broadband?

There are multiple plan options, some of which are month to month.

What is the monthly data cap on Rise Broadband's plans?

Each plan has it's own data cap, so choose the best one for your usage.

What is needed to start service with Rise Broadband?

Rise Broadband is available in many places, but you must be within reach of the signal of a Rise Broadband tower.

Will Rise Broadbands service be fast enough for streaming or online gaming?

Yes, Rise Broadband can handle any video streaming or online gaming.

Is there a penalty for going over the data cap?

There are not any speed penalties for over usage, but there are additional charges for each block of 10GBs used over your limit.

Can a business sign up for Rise Broadband's services?

Yes, Rise Broadband offers a variety of plans for small businesses.

Is Rise Broadband a wireless only service?

Yes, all of Rise Broadband's plans utilize wireless network towers.

How fast of speeds can Rise Broadband provide?

Rise Broadband can deliver up to 1000 Mbps.

What other services does Rise Broadband offer?

Rise Broadband can provide phone service along with internet.

Do contracts have early termination fees?

Certain plans and contracts with Rise Broadband may have fees for cancelling the plan prematurely.

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Summary of Top Cities Served by Rise Broadband

CityCoverageMax SpeedAvg SpeedType
Houston, TX11.61%15 Mbps5 MbpsFixed Wireless
San Antonio, TX47.63%5 Mbps5 MbpsFixed Wireless
Dallas, TX72.43%15 Mbps6 MbpsFixed Wireless
Austin, TX33.05%15 Mbps6 MbpsFixed Wireless
Fort Worth, TX77.83%15 Mbps5 MbpsFixed Wireless
Denver, CO45.57%15 Mbps8 MbpsFixed Wireless
Oklahoma City, OK16.67%5 Mbps5 MbpsFixed Wireless
Las Vegas, NV54.20%15 Mbps10 MbpsFixed Wireless
Colorado Springs, CO85.36%15 Mbps6 MbpsFixed Wireless
Omaha, NE63.69%15 Mbps9 MbpsFixed Wireless
Data provided by various data sources including the FCC. For more information please view our sources page.

Summary of Top School Districts Served by Rise Broadband

DistrictGradesMax SpeedAvg SpeedType
Mumford Independent PK - 121 Gbps438 MbpsDSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
College Station Independent PK - 121 Gbps410 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Bryan Independent PK - 121 Gbps397 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Davis County Community PK - 121 Gbps393 MbpsCable, DSL and Fiber
Provo KG - 121 Gbps372 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Denver Community PK - 121 Gbps343 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Wayne Community PK - 121 Gbps331 MbpsCable, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Woodbury Central Community PK - 121 Gbps314 MbpsDSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Murray KG - 121 Gbps314 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Clear Lake Community PK - 121 Gbps305 MbpsCable, DSL, Fiber and Fixed Wireless
Data provided by various data sources including the FCC. For more information please view our sources page.