High-Speed Rural Internet
Living in a small town or outside of town is a choice, not a limitation. With Midco Fixed Wireless Internet, you can connect all your devices with reliable, high-speed internet without worrying about contracts or maxing out your data.1
Why Choose Midco Fixed Wireless Internet?
Work Without Buffering
Connect, stream, surf and more without waiting for your internet to catch up.
No Data Caps or Overage Charges
We don’t limit your internet use or slow down your speeds if you’re online a lot.
Whether it’s a barn or workshop, you can connect more than one building.
Faster, Reliable Internet
Unlike satellite, your signal should not be affected by normal weather conditions.3
What to Expect at Installation
What's New with Rural Internet
The annual bull sale is one of the biggest days of the year for this family operation. Although it happens in rural North Dakota in February, Midco Rural Internet ensures online bidders can have the same access as if they were sitting in the bleachers.
No matter where you live, businesses need reliable internet to keep up with the demands of daily commerce. Midco enjoys helping people and businesses live a better connected life.
With new technology helping to close the gap, rural customers have more choices when it comes to internet. Check out how the different rural internet options compare to each other.
Efficiency on the Farm
In northwest Minnesota, just 20 miles from the Canadian border, 1,000 people call the community home. This town of is a regional entertainment and outdoor recreation destination – and a thriving agricultural hub.
A Solid Connectivity Backbone
“It's important for us to have good, reliable internet on the farm,” said Kevin Klein. “We can research parts and equipment – things that we can't get locally we can get online. Every day, we're getting emails from local elevators based on what commodities did overnight, what they think is going to happen during the day.”
“I can have everything at my disposal through my iPad or my phone – and I don't go anywhere these days without my iPad next to me,” said Erik Younggren. “You don't have to live in a big city to create or live your dream. You can live in a small town where it's peaceful and quiet and low crime and still live your dream.”
Fixed Wireless FAQ
Midco Fixed Wireless Internet relies on wireless signals and antennas, but unlike satellite, your antenna isn’t pointed at the sky. Fixed wireless internet uses point-to-multipoint signals, meaning your antenna points at equipment on top of a nearby water tower, elevator or other tall structure that is connected to the Midco Network.
This enables us to bring reliable internet to customers in remote locations that we’re unable to reach with fiber or cable. And with extenders, it enables you to connect more than one building on your property to high-speed internet.
Yes. There is a one-time $100 installation fee, which you will see on your first month’s statement.
Yes. Someone authorized on your account will need to present during the entire installation process. Standard installations take approximately four hours.
No. For the best possible implementation, we require a professional, Midco technician to install this internet service.
No. We do not require long-term contract for residential services.
No. Midco Internet packages have no data caps – so you can stream or surf as much as you want.
No. Midco Fixed Wireless Internet doesn’t use phone lines for the connection.
No. We don’t do residential site surveys. We come onsite with the intent to fully install your internet service. However, if we’re unable to get a proper signal to your location, there are no costs or obligations to you.
The size of your antenna will depend on how strong of a signal we can get at your residence. Our smallest antennas are 6 in. by 6 in., and the largest is approximately 12 in. by 18 in.
1 Service coverage requires connectivity to a Midco fixed wireless tower. A professional Midco technician will visit your home to locate the best signal with the intention of performing a full install. However, if we are unable to get a proper signal to your location, there will be no cost or obligation to you.
2 Services may not be available in all areas, and some restrictions apply. Contact us or call 1.800.888.1300 to check serviceability.
3 Actual internet speeds may vary depending on your computer or mobile device’s capability and the number of devices accessing the internet at once. Higher speeds may also be impacted by third-party equipment such as your router or the limitations of wireless and home networking technology.
4 Capacity and/or connectivity can be periodically impacted by unusual conditions, such as extreme weather, that could misalign antennas. Contact us for help if you suspect this has occurred.