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TierOne Networks Plans and Pricing

TierOne Networks

TierOne Networks Plans and Pricing

TierOne Networks is ranked #50 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.

TierOne Networks offers Internet service to approximately 2,882,858 people in 0 cities over 0 states.

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TierOne Networks Information

Serving the Lone Star State of Texas, TierOne Networks delivers their fixed wireless Internet to both residential customers as well as small and medium sized businesses. 

TierOne Networks Facts

•    The Premium plan for residential customers offers download speeds up to 3 Mbps for $42.50 a month while the Platinum plan delivers download speeds up to 5 Mbps for around $11 more.
•    Small business plans with a static IP address are available through TierOne Networks.
•    Business plans start at $69.99 a month and deliver download speeds of 3 Mbps.
•    T1, T2, and T3 plans are available for commercial accounts and range between $200 and $400 monthly.
•    Customers of TierOne Networks have no contracts and free standard installations are common. 

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TierOne Converged Networks is a Fixed Wireless Internet Service Provider, that provides internet access in mostly rural areas. Their service is a bit overpriced, and their speeds are not that great either at a maximum of 5 Mbps Download, however they do have a support line and live chat to answer all your questions.
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