Our Mission

Our mission is to provide under served rural areas with high-speed fixed wireless internet access at reasonable prices. We aim to build long-term relationships with residential and commercial clients by providing exceptional service. Our objective is to help grow the local economy and the quality of life for rural residents and businesses throughout Chenango County.

Frequently Asked Questions

High-Speed Internet Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

How fast is interconnect Wireless Corp?

Our speeds are comparable to Cable Internet and faster than DSL but without the bundled services and hefty pricing associated with the other options.

Does the monthly rate go up at the end of the first year?

No. Our rates aren’t introductory or “got you pricing”; they’re the prices you’ll pay.

Is IWC service the same as an 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless access point?

No. These signals are not received by a laptop or a mobile phone. Furthermore, our equipment is more secure than a standard access point, and it employs proprietary software and technology to ensure a fast, consistent connection.

Wireless means no wires at all right?

Almost. There will be no wires to your home or business. When we install your service, we will run a single small cable from outside to one room in your home/building. From there, you may connect directly to a computer, network, or a wireless router to distribute the signal throughout your home or workplace.

How much does it cost?

Internet Packages start at $24.95 a month

How large is the antenna that goes on my building?

The size of our antenna varies depending on your distance from our access point. However, it is often smaller than a traditional satellite dish.

Is Interconnect Wireless Corp a Satellite solution?

No. Despite the fact that IWC is a wireless solution, it is broadcast from land-based towers. This means you won’t be affected by the weather, and you won’t have to deal with the latency and other issues that satellite internet service is notorious for.

Can I purchase the Wireless-Modem instead of leasing it?

No, the Wireless-Modem shall be owned by Interconnect Wireless Corp.

Does IWC have monthly data caps?

We are not planning to adopt caps at this time, and we do not expect to do so anytime soon.