"I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for their assistance in getting my system up and running. So far today it has been so wonderful and have not had the disconnects and time outs. Thanks again for getting this issue resolved."
Royell Broadband Internet
Broadband refers to high-speed Internet access and advanced telecommunications services for homes, businesses, government offices, and schools. Royell Fixed Wireless internet service uses a combination of fiber backbones and commercial towers with microwave transmitters to deliver broadband directly to our customers.
WISP’s (short for wireless internet service provider) give rural customers the same type of Internet performance enjoyed by those in the cities. Each Royell WISP tower connects to the Royell internet backbone via fiber-optic lines or microwave radio. Long-range wireless radios installed at each customer location aim directly toward the nearest Royell tower. Royell currently uses several different types of equipment and technologies that can give our customers speeds much greater than DSL.
What distinguishes Royell is the level of service and support we provide to our customers. Our technicians will patiently and thoroughly answer any question or technical inquiry. No other provider includes this level of support in their monthly subscription fee. This free phone support is provided for each customer’s internet connection, home network, phone connection, PC problems, printer issues, cell phone, and tablet problems to name a few.
Get speeds fast enough to watch videos, download photos and more. With Royell High Speed Internet, you’re always connected! Choose the plan that fits your surfing needs and budget.
Royell has wireless access points in the following towns and can provide service to the surrounding areas. This does not guarantee that your home or business can be serviced, it is intended to show the areas that we are capable of providing service to.
Prices vary by location - contact us today for more info.
You can also visit our FAQs page for commonly asked questions and their answers.
The below coverage map will give you an idea of the areas that we can potentially service.
Page updated on 2/28/2017