Commercial High-Speed Internet
With over 150 towers in our network, we offer clients several choices in commercial internet services.
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We serve businesses in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Is your business in a remote or rural location? No worries, we specialize in rural locations!
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Residential, 3 – Stream a movie in Standard Definition. Check email, some small online gaming.. no Xbox or play station recommended and other web based application.
Residential 6 – All above plus stream some HD movies and some games on Xbox and PlayStation. Different customers have different experiences.
Residential 8 – All above with multiple TV simultaneously
Residential 10 – Pretty much any application you wish.
Instead of getting into an already crowded market, we decided to solely focus on High-Speed internet development.
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There’s a minimum recommended internet speed to stream video from websites and services, such as Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon. If your internet connection has difficulties loading a movie, and if this happens every minute or two, the connection may not be fast enough to stream movies.
To have smooth standard definition video, a connection that is more than 2 Mb/s is recommended. For HD, 3D, or 4K, that speed is much higher. It’s also different depending on the service that streams the videos.
These are the recommended internet connection speeds to stream movies and TV shows on Netflix:
- 0.5 Mb/s to view standard definition movies on a laptop computer. While you can stream Netflix at speeds of 0.5 Mb/s, the quality is grainy on a large screen, much like watching an old VHS movie. Netflix recommends at least 1.5 Mb/s.
- 3 Mb/s to view standard definition video (480p) on a TV.
- 4 Mb/s to view high definition video (720p, 1080p).
- 5 Mb/s or more for the best 1080p experience.
- 15 Mb/s to stream 4K (but 25 Mb/s is preferred). Also recommended is a 4K Ultra TV with an HEVC decoder.
Netflix automatically adjusts the video quality to match your internet speed. If Netflix detects a slow internet speed, it will not stream high definition quality video, even if the movie or TV show is available in HD. This limits interruptions and buffering of the video but the picture quality suffers.
These are the recommended internet connection speeds to stream movies on Vudu:
- 1.0-2.3 Mb/s for standard definition video.
- 2.3-4.5 Mb/s for 720p high definition video
- 4.5-9 Mb/s for full high definition 1080p resolution video and high definition audio.
- 9 Mb/s or more for 3-D HD movies.
- 11 Mb/s or more for 4K streaming with access to Dolby Vision HDR.
These are the recommended internet connection speeds to stream video content on Hulu:
- 1.5 Mb/s to stream standard definition content.
- 3 Mb/s for 720p high definition videos.
- 6 Mb/s to stream 1080p HD content.
- 13 Mb/s for 4K Ultra HD videos.
These are the recommended internet connection speeds to stream movies and TV shows on Amazon Video:
- 1 Mb/s to stream standard definition content.
- 3.5 Mb/s to stream HD content (720p and 1080p).
- 15 Mb/s for 4K Ultra HD videos.
These are the recommended internet connection speeds to stream movies and music videos on iTunes Video:
- 2.5 Mb/s to stream standard definition (480p) content.
- 6 Mb/s to stream 720p HD content.
- 8 Mb/s to stream 1080p HD content.
- 25 Mb/s to stream 4k Ultra HD content.
These are the recommended internet connection speeds to stream videos on YouTube:
- 2.5 Mb/s to stream 720p HD content.
- 4 Mb/s to stream 1080p HD content.
- 15 Mb/s to stream 4K Ultra HD content.
While your internet speed caps out at what you’re paying for, other things affect that speed such as the devices you’re using.
- On an old, hardly-working router or modem, or laptop or phone, it’s harder to utilize the bandwidth from your ISP.
- If your laptop has issues streaming online videos, boost the strength of your network’s Wi-Fi signal, or disconnect from Wi-Fi and use a physical Ethernet connection. It’s possible that the Wi-Fi signals are weak in that particular place in the building, or that the device is interfered with by other wireless signals.
- If network bandwidth is shared between other devices on your network, connection speed decreases. For example, with an 8 Mb/s internet speed and four devices online at the same time (such as two desktops, a laptop, and a gaming console), each device may only download at about 2 Mb/s, which isn’t enough to stream SD content from Hulu.
If you have trouble with buffering and videos neglecting to fully load and boosting the Wi-Fi signal or connecting through Ethernet doesn’t solve the problem, stop using the other devices. You may be putting to much demand on your home network. If you have video streaming issues, don’t download files on your laptop and be on Facebook on your phone while streaming videos from your Xbox.
Here are some more specific internet speed testing and troubleshooting advice for some of the more popular streaming services:
- Netflix: Check out the Netflix ISP Speed Index report to see what to expect speed-wise, on average, from the various internet service providers around the world, or use Fast.com to test your Netflix speed right now. Netflix’s Internet Connection Speed Recommendations page suggests 5 Mbps for HD (1080p) streaming and 25 Mbps for 4K (2160p) streaming. If you’re having trouble, it’s possible to set the bandwidth Netflix uses in your account settings.
- Apple TV: While there’s no built-in internet speed test available on Apple TV devices, Apple does offer extensive Apple playback performance troubleshooting via their help page. Apple recommends 8 Mbps for 1080p content and 2.5 Mbps for standard definition stuff.
- Hulu: There’s a General Troubleshooting Guide for Hulu Supported Devices should help solve why you might have a slow Hulu connection. Hulu suggests 16 Mbps for 4K content, 8 Mbps for live streams, and 3 Mbps the Hulu streaming library.
- Amazon Prime Video: See the Troubleshooting section on Amazon’s site for help when issues related to Prime Video titles or live streams. Amazon recommends at least 5 Mbps for problem-free HD streaming and 3 Mbps for SD.
- HBO GO: The HBO GO Device Troubleshooting page should help you clear up any major problems. HBO suggests you test your internet speed with a 3rd party speed test to make sure you’re getting the minimum download bandwidth of 5 Mbps they recommend for a buffer-free streaming experience.