For the residents of Englewood, Colorado, a charming small-town sitting just south of Denver, their hometown gets them the best of both worlds. This diverse suburban neighborhood of Denver allows for a lifestyle that is both suburban and metropolitan. From year round golfing and bike hikes along the many Englewood trails to the city’s small historic downtown and vibrant nightlife, there is plenty to make your day, everyday. What makes a move to the city all the more viable for people who would rather escape crowded cities, is the availability of high-speed internet options, both wired and wireless.
Englewood is home to a number of broadband providers and 11 of these serve the residential neighborhoods. It is therefore not a surprise 98% of Englewood is able to access multiple wired internet options, and is ranked the most-connected city in Colorado. Interestingly, the small suburban town also boasts 73% Fiber availability. With that said, 2% of internet consumers in Englewood can access only one wireline service or none at all.
As it is, for communities unable to access high-speed wired internet options, wireless internet comes as a savior. While in most such cases, pricey satellite internet is the only way to broadband access, in Englewood you get an affordable and faster wireless option with Rise Broadband.
Rise Broadband is the largest Fixed Wireless internet provider in the U.S. with network coverage in 16 states, and quite an impressive footprint in the Denver area. While you cannot argue the viability of wired broadband, Fixed Wireless is nonetheless fast gaining repute as an affordable, reliable and fast alternative for all internet consumers. Especially those who find themselves stuck with an unfavorable wired option or none at all.
So what is Fixed Wireless internet after all, you may ask.
Well, it works pretty similar to wireline services as far as the backhaul connection to the internet, which is established via a terrestrial fiber optic network. It is from the backhaul tower onwards that no cable lines are used, and data transmission occurs via the air over a terrestrial microwave platform. At your end the connection originates from the Rise Broadband access point located within a few miles of your location. Largely speaking, Rise utilizes focused point-to-point wireless devices to rebroadcast the signal, so if you are in the line of sight, you are able to enjoy seamless fixed wireless internet. In densely populated areas however, Rise Broadband makes use of LTE tech to cover a greater population via a single transmission tower.
The Rise Broadband Fixed Wireless network is able to deliver speeds up to 1 Gbps, which is comparable to available wireline services such as DSL, Cable and Fiber. Albeit based on demand, in most residential locations you will find 25 and 50 Mbps plans on offer. Higher speed tiers i.e. 100, 250 and 1,000 Mbps are enjoyed by select commercial markets.
As we said, the most in-demand residential Rise Broadband internet plans offer up to 25/4 and 50/5 Mbps speeds. While you may think these speeds are not high enough, fact is you can easily support work from home, virtual learning, online banking and shopping, as well as leisure time activities such as streaming video and music or casual online gaming. Depending on the speed you sign up for, you can connect multiple devices as well.
The best part about Rise Broadband plans is each comes with an option to pick capped or unlimited data allowance. For all standard household usage, the 250 GB allowance option makes perfect sense. Which is why 90% of Rise subscribers opt for capped data plans. But, if you do need more you can go for the unlimited data option, albeit at a higher monthly rate.
Similarly, Rise is flexible about annual contracts. You can pay on a month-to-month basis or sign an agreement for 1 or 2 years. And, if you do take the contract-route, you can enjoy perks such as the discounted installation fee.
Rise Broadband network infrastructure in any given vicinity may impact the speed tiers available to you, as well as the price. That is why it is recommended you determine offer availability and details by speaking to a Rise Broadband Customer Service representative at 1-844-343-1169.
Rise Broadband plans are supported by quality internet equipment. And, as is its hallmark, Rise gives you choice.
You can add Managed WiFi with 1 Deco M4 wireless router, Premium Wi-Fi with 2 Deco M4 devices, or the Premium Mesh package with 3 Deco M4 wireless routers. The Deco M4 wireless router comes with parental controls, as well as a mobile app which makes it easy to setup and control your Rise home Wi-Fi.
Rise Broadband offers a digital home phone service as well. Rise ActivePhone™ gets you a way to stay in touch with family and friends across the US with unlimited domestic long distance. Also, you get FREE international long distance calling to landlines in 60 and mobiles in 13 countries. The home phone service comes complete with digital calling features that help you streamline your everyday communication.
You can add Rise Broadband ActivePhone to your internet plan, and save on your cellular bill every month for under $25/month.
While Rise does not offer a namesake TV service, the provider does make it easy for interested subscribers to include a DISH plan with their Rise Broadband Internet subscription. DISH residential satellite TV service is available to all Rise subscribers across its 16 service states, and you may as well be in time to grab a discounted bundle offer when you sign up for a Triple Play package via Rise. This makes perfect sense if you happen to be outside the reach of wireline services.
Like any other internet service, Rise Broadband too has its own set of additional fees that you must keep in mind to avoid any surprises after the fact. While we recommend you acquire exact information from Rise Broadband Customer Service at 1-844-343-1169, here are some numbers for you to crunch:
Fixed Wireless is sure evolving as the primary internet type which is anticipated to go a long way when it comes to reaching out to communities removed from urbanized regions. While Fixed Wireless availability in the US is limited to 45% at this time, with progressive expansion of infrastructure into rural America, this number is expected to rise. The flexible nature of Fixed Wireless deployment makes it feasible for regions that lack a concentration of wireline services.
So, if you happen to be part of a community in or around Englewood, with little to no access to wired high-speed internet, we will suggest you look into Rise Broadband plans for your home. Check out Rise Broadband reviews if you can. And for pro advice contact Rise Broadband Customer Service representatives at 1-844-343-1169.
Rise Broadband makes it convenient for you pay your bill. Sign into your Rise Broadband online account with your Rise credentials and either make a one-time payment or set up AutoPay.
Yes you can use your own wireless router with Rise Broadband Internet and dodge the monthly fee for in-home Wi-Fi. But, do make sure the router you pick is compatible with the service. As for the internet modem and antenna, that is provided by Rise Broadband for $10.99/month.
Rise Broadband often puts out promotional offers that include waived installation/equipment fee, unlimited data at no extra charge, etcetera. You can also include other services, such as TV and home phone, in order to take advantage of discounted rates.
Yes. You can access your Rise Broadband webmail via third-party email clients such as Microsoft Outlook and MacMail with the right POP, IMAP, or SMTP configuration. For detailed information contact Rise Broadband technical support.
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