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  • Does Fast Internet USA offer internet in my area?
    We offer internet solutions in nationally. Drop us a line and we can let you know what is available in your location.
  • What type of internet does Fast Internet USA have available?
    We have three options to offer with a variety of programs in each category to meet your needs. Not every option is available everywhere - Fiber/DSL is only in town for instance. And some internet types work better in particular locations - Satellite works anywhere but not if there are tall trees blocking the sky. LTE / Wireless works best if there are towers in your area. A remote site analysis is recommended.😀 Drop us a line and we can figure out what works best for your neck of the woods. And if you are able to choose from several options of internet types, we can determine which would suit your internet usage needs for data and speed.
  • What is the optimal internet for livestreaming?
    A common question. It kind of depends on how much you are doing and what other devices are using the internet in your home. Satellite works great but it would be best to use a platform to download like PlayOn to avoid latency issues; there are settings on the modem and account that can be utilized to optimize streaming as well as WiFi boosters and use of intermittent cabling. Wireless Internet / LTE is excellent for streaming TV and movies with high speeds and data packages. 😀 DSL is very reliable for Netflix, Amazon, Hulu but has limited location availability. 🙄
  • What is the recommended internet for gaming?
    Well, that depends on the type of gaming. If it is interactive gaming - then your best bet would be cable or fiber. Unfortunately, DSL/fiber/cable is only located close to or in town. 😐 We offer two Wireless plans that provide unlimited data with super-fast download/uploads. It works great rurally if it can be accessed from your location. If the gaming is not a video and interactive (with instant reactions from other sites in the world), it will work with Satellite. 🙂 Resource:
  • How about running a business from home or telecommuting? What works best?
    The answer rests on access, usage times, latency and security. a. If you perform a bit of video conferencing, the type of internet you choose will depend on latency factors. Satellite has latency issues that can be addressed with tweaking of the system. LTE / Wireless is excellent for video conferencing. b. Also, you may need or want a VPN or Static IP for your business. This works with DSL or Wireless, but with location and other usage expectations, may slow your system down. c. Your cell signal may not be stable enough at your location, so you may need a VOIP (voice over internet phone). This can easily be set up with your order. There are satellite business plans tailored for your needs. The LTE programs work well either business or residential. DSL works either way. But again is only available in town/near town. It is best to go over your location and internet needs to decide which options you will have access to and which of those options will service you best and most reliably. 😁 We are ready to set you up.
  • Is it possible to try out internet for 30 days?
    Fast Internet USA offers a 30 day trial with the Fixed Wireless / LTE product line; the customer pays the purchase price as well as for service for the first month. The customer can cancel during the 30 days or Fast Internet USA will check in towards the end of 30 days. If the customer decides not to continue, Fast Internet USA will refund the cost of the equipment minus $99 for set-up and re-stock fee once the equipment is received by Fast Internet USA and is deemed in good repair. A 30 day trial is not available through the other internet options we offer.😀
  • Are there low-income internet discounts or low-income internet options?
    Yes. HughesNet works within the ACP program as well as CenturyLink. $30/month discount for low-income households for internet $70/month discount for Tribal members Qualification: ( A household is eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program if the household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or if a member of the household meets at least one of the criteria below: Received a Federal Pell Grant during the current award year; Meets the eligibility criteria for a participating provider's existing low-income internet program; Participates in one of these assistance programs: Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program, including at U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Community Eligibility Provision schools. SNAP Medicaid Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program (Section 8 Vouchers) Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA)/202/811 Public Housing Supplemental Security Income (SSI) WIC Veterans Pension or Survivor Benefits or Lifeline; Participates in one of these assistance programs and lives on Qualifying Tribal lands: Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance Tribal TANF Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations Tribal Head Start (income based) Affordable Housing Programs for American Indians, Alaska Natives or Native Hawaiians To apply, go to: Once approved, come back to Fast Internet USA and we can set you up with HughesNet or CenturyLink under this program. 🤓
  • What is LTE / What does LTE stand for? What does LTE mean?
    LTE stands for Long Term Evolution and can be referred to as 4G LTE. Long Term Evolution is standard wireless data transition allowing super-fast downloads / uploads and live streaming. We use it interchangeably with Wireless, Fixed Wireless and Cell Tech. 😊
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