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StarTouch Broadband Plans and Pricing

StarTouch Broadband

StarTouch Broadband Plans and Pricing

StarTouch Broadband is ranked #33 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.

StarTouch Broadband offers Internet service to approximately 5,186,182 people in 463 cities over 1 states.

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

Lowest Price
Lowest Price
Highest Data Cap
Highest Data Cap
500gb
Fastest Download
Fastest Download
25mbps

Availability Overview

5,186,182

4,461,501

1

StarTouch Broadband is available in 1 state.

Top 10 cities serviced by StarTouch Broadband

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
Seattle, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Spokane, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Tacoma, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Bellevue, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Kent, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Everett, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
58.25%
Renton, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Yakima, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Federal Way, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
Bellingham, WA25 Mbps25 MbpsFixed Wireless
100.00%
StarTouch Broadband

Contact StarTouch Broadband

1354 Pacific Place
Suite 102
Ferndale, WA 98248

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StarTouch Broadband Rankings
Startouch Broadband delivers broadband fixed wireless to rural areas of Oregon and Washington however their prices are going to be on the higher end of the spectrum. If you are out of options for Internet they might be your last resort. They offer high GB packages however you will incur a $1.85 per gig overage fee and a 12 month contract. They will also need to come out and do a site evaluation before installing any equipment for your area.
Reliability7
Customer Service5
Pricing4
Ease of Installation5
Account Management5
Technology & Equipment6
Contract Terms6
Rating5
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