Highspeed Internet

Wireless Service
bright.net north is pleased to offer wireless service to certain areas. Please give us a call to see if your location qualifies! 1-800-63E-MAIL – Currently we offer Residential & Business Class Wireless. Multiple speeds available.

Speeds & Pricing

Residential DSL Service
Residential DSL Service is available to customers that have phone service through Sprint, Verizon, SBC/Ameritech. Check your area now for availability.

Residential DSL Internet service defines speed and performance for the home. It’s all about sitting down at your computer, launching your browser, and surfing the Internet instantly – no signing in, no modem fuss, no numbers to dial – just high-speed internet service that is always there.

Download software, videos, and MP3s in a fraction of the time it takes on a dial up connection. Plus, access news, play online games, share photos, and talk over instant messengers. Find comfort enjoying fast always-on connection and uninterrupted service.

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Business DSL Service
Business Class DSL Service is available to customers that have phone service through Sprint, Verizon, SBC/Ameritech. Check your area now for availability.

Business Dsl gives the small business owner a way to link up with a high speed internet connection using traditional telephone lines. It allows smaller companies to function like big corporations, but on a much smaller scale. It is the answer for small to medium size businesses that do not require the heavy duty transmissions used by large organizations. You can continue to access the internet while maintaining the ability to be on the telephone at the same time. It is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh computers.

Business DSL works by using existing telephone lines. With the use of a modem, it separates out the data transmissions from the voice transmissions to allow one line to service both needs. Voice transmissions only require a small portion of the copper wires that connect all of the systems together around the country. This leaves the rest of the wires available to transmit data. A much larger broadband is required for data to communicate with other sources, so this separation lets both functions operate simultaneously.

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