Rise Broadband's Most Popular Service Plans
Rise Broadband's plans vary by region, so be sure to verify pricing and plan terms with them before ordering service as all plans or promotions may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time.
Pros & Cons of Rise Broadband
Summary of All Internet Plans for Rise Broadband
|Economy Internet||-||$42.95||5 Mbps||-|
|Preferred Internet||-||$52.95||10 Mbps||-|
|Breakout Internet||-||$62.95||15 Mbps||-|
|Breakout Premier||-||$72.95||20 Mbps||-|
|Rise Broadband's plans vary by region, so be sure to verify pricing and plan terms with them before ordering service as all plans or promotions may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time.|
Rise Broadband started in 2015 and offers fixed wireless to sixteen states with over twenty million people able to log in to its service. Dedicated to providing its customers with reliable high-speed internet connections, Rise Broadband enables its users to connect to their favorite sites, streaming platforms, and gaming communities without delay. Focused on areas without DSL, cable, or fiber service, Rise Broadband has connected areas of the nation that would not normally have access to the world wide web through an affordable service without sacrificing quality. This has become more and more important as demand increases across the nation for high-speed internet, especially when the infrastructure that would normally allow for connection is not present.
Rise Broadband is the nation’s largest network based on a fixed wireless connection. Rise Broadband’s parent company, JAB Wireless Inc., was founded in 2005 and focuses on providing residential, commercial, enterprise broadband, and enterprise cloud services. It spun a portion of its company that formerly operated under Digis, Prairie iNet, Rhino Communications, and Skybeam into Rise Broadband in 2015 with the focus of providing underserved communities with broadband service for residential and commercial locations. As Rise Broadband continues to grow, it can be expected that more acquisitions and mergers will take place and that further access points granting service will be installed.
Rise Broadband’s fixed wireless technology is at the cutting edge. Able to deliver speeds anywhere from 3 Mbps to 1000 Mbps, its service can be compared to DSL, cable, and even fiber lines. Fixed wireless technology originates from a central hub, much like traditional connections through a grounded line. That is also where the difference lies though. Instead of running lines in the ground via cable, Rise Broadband instead uses a focused point-to-point wireless device that is pointed directly at the access point. This can sometimes be through a transmitter or antenna. As long as there is a clear line of sight to the Rise Broadband access point, service will be available. This is particularly beneficial in rural areas where the cost to lay DSL, cable, or fiber can often prohibit costs that just don’t make sense for either the company laying those lines or the end-user. It’s a great option for when a household does not have access to traditional grounded lines or if they are just tired of dealing with the cable companies.
Fixed wireless always Rise Broadband to have a massive coverage area where normally they would be sequestered to where lines have been laid. It allows them to often skip the major legal and economic considerations that a wired connection requires. Going even further, fixed wireless is able to use relay points that extend even further out than service would normally reach. The signal basically jumps from relay point to relay point even when the final signal is more than the few miles that Rise Broadband normally requires. Using these relay points can be particularly useful for major businesses with multiple sites, using the signal from the original site to extend to areas that couldn’t otherwise be served.
Frequently Asked Questions about Rise Broadband
Does Rise Broadband require a contract?
They offer a variety of service plans including month to month options.
How large is Rise Broadband's data caps?
The size of the data cap is entirely based on the internet package you choose.
How can I access Rise Broadband's services?
Rise Broadband has a massive coverage area and if in an area with availability, all that's needed is to be in range of one of its signal towers.
Since Rise Broadband is wireless internet, can it still stream or game online?
Rise Broadband will be able to stream and handle any online gaming.
What happens if I go over my data cap?
Your speeds will be unaffected. However, there will be an additional charge for every 10GBs used over.
Does Rise Broadband offer commercial plans in addition to residential?
Yes, Rise Broadband offers multiple services for small businesses.
Does Rise Broadband offer any wired services?
No, all of Rise Broadband's services are based on a wireless network.
What are the fastest speeds that Rise Broadband offer?
Rise Broadband can offer up to 1000 Mbps.
Does Rise Broadband offer any services besides the internet like phone or television service?
Rise Broadband does offer phone service but not television services.
If I'm in a contract, is there an early termination fee?
Depending on your contract, there very well could be an early termination fee.
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Summary of Top Cities Served by Rise Broadband
|City||Coverage||Max Speed||Avg Speed||Type|
|Houston, TX||11.61%||50 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|San Antonio, TX||47.63%||50 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Dallas, TX||72.43%||50 Mbps||6 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Austin, TX||33.05%||15 Mbps||6 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Fort Worth, TX||77.83%||50 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Denver, CO||53.60%||50 Mbps||8 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Oklahoma City, OK||29.60%||50 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Las Vegas, NV||54.20%||50 Mbps||10 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Colorado Springs, CO||85.36%||50 Mbps||6 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Omaha, NE||63.69%||50 Mbps||9 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|Data provided by various data sources including the FCC. For more information please view our sources page.|