Meet Connectivity That
Goes The Distance

You shouldn’t have to choose between digital exile and paying steep monthly fees for speeds you don’t need. We give you the right connection at the right price, so you can succeed online.

No Data Cap

Stream without limits, game without fear, and work without worry.

Transparent Pricing

TWIN Internet proudly accepts the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) that helps low-income households, veterans, and students afford high-speed Internet access.

99.99% Uptime

Our network boasts an impressive 99.99% uptime, so you’re always connected to what matters most.

Prices That Go Down, Not Up

Our prices remain the same as long as you are with us, sometimes getting cheaper.

Speed You Can Rely On

We deliver the round-the-clock speed you need for you and your family to stay connected – Whenever you want!

Easily Scalable

Our network can grow to meet your needs so you can stay connected for years to come.

Who Are We?

Necessity is the mother of invention, and 27 years ago, it was the driving force behind the emergence of TWIN Internet. Motivated by a desire to get a better Internet signal, a few young engineers created a microwave link to access reliable uptime. TWIN internet was born.

We are a family-owned business still committed to helping remote communities access stable wireless Internet at practical speeds with reasonable terms. Whether you are a gamer, binge watcher, or rising YouTube star, we believe you deserve connectivity that meets your needs and budget. And we can bring it to you.

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5 Reasons to Choose Us

At TWIN Internet, we prioritize reliable, high-speed connectivity for remote communities. Our commitment to customer satisfaction and innovative use of microwave wireless technology sets us apart, providing unmatched advantages that cater to diverse needs and ensure a seamless online experience.

Unmatched Reliability

Microwave wireless connections boast an uptime of 99.99%, ensuring seamless internet access with minimal
downtime.

Exceptional Speed

Our advanced technology delivers speeds at a minimum of 25 Mbps and exceeding 500 Mbps, allowing you to
enjoy streaming, gaming, and online work.

Cost-Effectiveness

Compared to other options on the market, microwave wireless connectivity is more economical for
individuals and businesses. Plus, we promise no bait and switch practices or price increases.

Scalability

Our network can adapt to meet the growing needs of your community, ensuring future-proofed connectivity
for years to come.

Flexibility

We offer a range of plans to cater to diverse usage needs, allowing us to minimize prices and you to
choose the perfect solution for your requirements.

They’re All Connected.
How About You?

Internet Coverage Map

Distances are approximate. Call us to give you the exact coverage available at your home location.

Curious to learn more about our microwave wireless technology?

Dive into our FAQ section for comprehensive answers to common queries, guiding you through the key aspects of our services and ensuring clarity on your connectivity journey.

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  • What is wireless internet, and how does it differ from wired internet?

    Microwave connections allow us to provide faster installation and lower prices to our customers.

  • How does Wi-Fi work, and what are the key components of a wireless network?

    WiFi is a technology that enables devices to connect and communicate wirelessly over a local area network (LAN).

    1. Wireless Signals:

    WiFi operates by transmitting data through radio waves.Devices
    with
    WiFi capabilities, like smartphones and laptops, have built-in wireless network adapters to
    send
    and receive these signals.

    2. Router:

    The router is a central component that manages the wireless
    network.It
    connects to the internet and directs data traffic between devices within the network and the
    internet.

    3. Modem:

    The modem links the router to the Internet service provider (ISP),
    facilitating the connection to the wider Internet.

    4. SSID (Service Set Identifier):

    This is your network’s name, allowing devices to identify and
    connect
    to it. You often see it when selecting a WiFi network on your device.

    5. Password Protection:

    To secure your network, a password is set to control access. Only
    users with the correct password can join the network.

    6. Devices:

    Any device with WiFi capability, such as smartphones, tablets,
    laptops, and smart TVs, can connect to the network to access the internet.

    7. Range Extenders and Repeaters:

    These devices help expand the coverage of your WiFi network,
    ensuring
    a reliable connection throughout your home or office.

  • What
    factors can affect the speed and reliability of a wireless internet connection?

    Several factors can influence the speed and reliability of a wireless
    internet connection. Here are some key considerations:

    Distance from the Router:

    The farther a device is from the router, the weaker the signal
    strength. Walls and obstacles between the device and the router can also impact signal quality.

    Interference from Other Devices:

    Electronic devices like cordless phones, microwave ovens, and
    Bluetooth devices can interfere with WiFi signals, causing disruptions and slowing down the
    connection.

    Network Congestion:

    High usage periods, especially in densely populated areas, can lead to
    network congestion. Multiple devices accessing the Internet simultaneously can reduce overall
    connection speed.

    Router Placement:

    The location of the router within your home or office matters. Placing
    it in a central, open area can help ensure a more even distribution of the WiFi signal.

    WiFi Channel Interference:

    Routers operate on different channels, and overlapping channels can
    cause interference. Adjusting your router to a less congested channel can improve performance.

    Router Capacity and Technology:

    Older routers may not support the latest WiFi standards, resulting in
    slower speeds. Upgrading to a more advanced router with the latest technology can enhance
    performance.

    Number of Connected Devices:

    The more devices connected to a network, the more bandwidth is shared.
    If too many devices are using the internet simultaneously, it can lead to slower speeds for each
    device.

    Wireless Security Protocols:

    Encrypted connections (WPA2, WPA3) provide security but can slightly
    impact speed. Choosing an appropriate security protocol is essential for a balance between
    security and performance.

    Internet Service Provider (ISP) Speed:

    The speed of your Internet connection from your ISP is a crucial
    factor. Even with a robust WiFi setup, the overall speed is limited by the plan you subscribe
    to.

    Weather Conditions:

    Extreme weather conditions, especially heavy rain and storms, can
    affect the wireless signal, causing temporary disruptions or slowdowns.

    We work hard to make sure that these factors don’t impact the
    reliability and impressive uptime of the service we offer you.

  • What
    is the range of a typical Wi-Fi router, and how can I extend the coverage in my home or office??

    The range of a typical WiFi router can vary depending on factors such
    as its make and model, the environment, and potential interference. Generally, a standard WiFi
    router can cover a range of around 100 to 150 feet indoors. However, several strategies can help
    extend coverage within your home or office:

    Optimal Router Placement:

    Place the router in a central location, minimizing the number of walls
    and obstacles between the router and connected devices. This helps ensure a more even
    distribution of the WiFi signal.

    Update Router Firmware:

    Regularly check for and install firmware updates for your router.
    Manufacturers often release updates that can improve performance and coverage.

    WiFi Range Extenders:

    Use WiFi range extenders or repeaters strategically placed between the
    router and areas with weak signal strength. These devices amplify and extend the WiFi signal,
    effectively expanding coverage.

    Mesh WiFi Systems:

    Consider upgrading to a mesh WiFi system, which consists of multiple
    nodes placed throughout your home or office. Mesh systems work together to provide seamless
    coverage, eliminating dead zones.

    Powerline Adapters:

    Powerline adapters use your electrical wiring to transmit data.
    Connect one adapter to the router and another to an outlet in a different room to extend
    coverage without relying solely on wireless signals.

    Upgrade to a Dual-Band or Tri-Band Router:

    Dual-band routers operate on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies, while
    tri-band routers include an additional 5GHz band. Utilizing these bands can help distribute
    devices more efficiently and reduce interference.

    Adjust WiFi Channel:

    Check for interference by changing the WiFi channel on your router.
    Routers often have an auto mode, or you can manually select a less congested channel to optimize
    performance.

    Limit Interference from Other Devices:

    Reduce interference by placing the router away from devices like
    cordless phones, microwaves, and Bluetooth gadgets. These devices can disrupt the WiFi signal
    and affect coverage.

    Use External Antennas:

    Some routers allow the attachment of external antennas. Positioning
    these antennas appropriately can enhance the router’s signal strength and coverage.

    Consider External Solutions:

    In larger homes or offices, you may explore outdoor WiFi solutions,
    such as directional antennas or outdoor access points, to extend coverage to outdoor spaces.

  • Are
    there health concerns associated with prolonged exposure to wireless signals from routers and devices?

    The scientific consensus is that exposure to the low levels of radiofrequency (RF)
    energy emitted by wireless routers and devices, such as those using WiFi, is generally
    considered safe for the public. Numerous studies and reviews by health organizations, including
    the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), have
    found no conclusive evidence linking the typical use of wireless technologies to adverse health
    effects. Use WiFi with confidence!

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