UNSi’s Fixed Wireless Network Better than T1 Circuits in Atlanta

T1 circuits are high speed digital connections that can be used for voice or data transmissions. The T1 transmits data at a speed of 1.544 Mbps. T1s are engineered circuits that are primarily used for businesses.

When you switch to UNSi’s fixed wireless network, you’ll bypass traditional T1 circuits and the infamous last mile local loop and receive lightning-fast, reliable high speed Internet. Our fixed wireless network provides bandwidth in increments starting at 2 Mbps to GigE speeds. UNSi’s fixed wireless network  can be installed and setup in weeks or days, not the weeks and months in takes for traditional wireline providers. We’ll install a subscriber unit on the roof of your office building which is connected via Ethernet to your existing LAN.

Why is our fixed wireless network service less expensive than many wireline Internet providers in Atlanta? Traditional wireline Internet providers don’t actually own their whole wireline networks. Instead, they lease the “last mile”, known as the local loop. Leasing fees for the last mile adds up quickly and these fees are then passed on to you. Because UNSi’s fixed wireless network is wholly owned by UNSi and does not rely on the phone company’s last mile, our overhead is  lower than our competitors, which allows us to offer Internet access for less than our competitors.

Save Money with UNSi’s Fixed Wireless Network in Atlanta

UNSi’s fixed wireless network will also save your company money when the time comes to increase your bandwidth, instead of adding new T1 or DS3 circuits, we will just increase the signal strength between the rooftop subscriber unit on your office building and our network base station. Adding bandwidth can be completed in a matter of days, not weeks or months.

At UNSi, we offer fixed wireless Internet access for businesses in Atlanta. We also offer a 100% Up-time Guarantee, which we back up with round-the-clock monitoring. To speak with a representative, call us at 1-855-888-UNSi.