fixed-Wireless internet for your home or business
Fixed-Wireless is a non-portable Internet service that transmits from a tower in your area to an antenna that is placed on your roof. Fixed-Wireless requires clear Line-of-Sight to the tower to work.
WiFi-4-You covers Southwest Tucson area that surrounds Ryan Airfield. We also have limited coverage in Three Points, and San Joaquin Rd north of Bopp Rd.
We also have service for businesses at Ryan AirField. For Ryan, we have Speed Plans up to 10 Mbps available. Please call us for pricing.
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Frequently asked questions
No. Cable and DSL are land-based hardwired services. Unfortunately, wireless technologies have not yet advanced to the speeds of wired services. Right now its just not technologically possible to deliver speeds faster than about 10 Mbps over wireless. This service is targeted for those that cannot get cable or dsl at their location.
Oh yeah, you bet it is. Satellite providers may claim they can offer up to 25 Mbps, but in reality, those speeds are only available in short bursts. Most of the time satellite speeds will hover around 1-2 Mbps. They also limit your usage to a few hundred megabytes of data per day, and may throttle your speed back once you hit your data limit.
To get the WiFi-4-You service, you must be in the area around Ryan Airfield. And then, you must have clear line-of-sight to one of our towers. Call us and we’ll tell you if you qualify.
The short answer is yes, but the long answer is complicated… While this service can be use to watch the occasional movie or TV show, it is NOT designed to replace your traditional TV service. In other words, don’t cancel your satellite TV and expect this service to work as good. Doing so is an incredible strain on our network and would be a violation of our Acceptable Use Policy.
While the name of our company has the word WiFi in it, we actually don’t provide wifi for your house. Our equipment has a single wired handoff that will connect to your equipment. If your equipment happens to be a wireless router, then you’re all set! You could also just plug into a single computer (pretty uncommon these days.)