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WHY BROADLINC?

Because we’re from Kentucky too. Broadlinc is locally owned and operated, so we know how to better serve you—because we are you. Since we’re close by, you can expect quick response times, service calls, and installations along with great service and internet speeds.



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Combine our high-speed internet with other premium Broadlinc services and watch the savings roll in. Our bundles are designed to bring you the best of communication and entertainment, all while keeping your budget in check. Get more, pay less, and enjoy the simplicity of one provider for all your connectivity needs!

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The reality is that many rural residents still struggle with limited access or no stable internet connection. Let’s explore some of these issues and find ways to access high-speed internet in rural areas.

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While Wi-Fi and the internet might seem similar at first glance, they serve very different purposes. Wi-Fi is a wireless signal that connects your devices through wireless networking technology, acting as the bridge to the much larger and expansive world of the internet. Understanding this difference is key to navigating the digital age smoothly and effectively.

Common Drawbacks To Cellular Internet Plans

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High-Speed Internet Access in Rural Kentucky

At Broadlinc, we believe in a faster, more reliable network, even if you live in the country. We use a combination of a cable, a wireless or a fiber internet plan to deliver the last mile of the internet services to Kentucky’s rural towns. Our redundant systems help ensure more uptime, while our personalized customer service and IT support help you solve internet problems that have plagued you with other providers. Enter your address and zip code to check availability.

Until now, Kentuckians have had a limited number of internet providers to choose from. We now offer another option. With our focus on uptime, internet speed, and customer service, we are quickly becoming the best option for customers who are fed up with the current, limited options.

Do We Have Broadband Connectivity in Rural Kentucky?

According to the FCC, the definition of broadband internet is a minimum of 25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload speeds. Our basic internet plan with max download speeds up to 25 Mbps easily meets these standards of broadband connectivity. We are proud to be a Kentuck broadband internet provider.

If you need fast rural internet, Broadlinc offers an alternative to dial-up, DSL, and satellite. We offer affordable pricing that fits every budget and allows streaming, social media, and work-from-home access. For more savings try one of our phone, TV, and internet bundles.

Fixed Wireless Internet For Rural Areas

Many communities in Kentucky do not have high-speed internet availability. For the customer, there is a confusing set of information to sort through from ping to download speeds, and the effects they have on your internet surfing experience.

Satellite internet providers, wireless internet providers, Cellular internet hotspots… the list of internet options is long and confusing. Broadlinc stands out from the crowd by offering a reliable, rural internet option without data limits. We are rapidly adding towers to our internet network to allow Kentuckians in remote areas the freedom to work from home, complete virtual learning, and have access to telehealth services.

By combining multiple modes of internet access, Broadlinc is proud to be one of the high speed internet providers in Kentucky. The rugged terrain and many rural communities dotting the Bluegrass State makes Kentucky an attractive place to live, but provides challenges for those who need the best internet service.

Through our partnerships and infrastructure, we are now able to provide the fastest speeds to the Kentucky cities in Owens, Boone and Gallatin Counties. Our internet plans and pricing varies depending on the offerings in your area, so fill our the service availability form for an accurate quote.

In many cities we are able to provide the fastest internet with download speeds of 200 Mbps. Our rural customers appreciate our line of site internet with speeds up to 50 Mbps.

Does rural Kentucky have fiber internet?

Most of our wired infrastructure is a coax/fiber hybrid. We are in the process of building some fiber, but we currently offer coax/fiber internet in many of the small rural communities throughout Kentucky. Our wireless towers let us deliver fast internet to leverage the existing internet infrastructure and expand our services to individual farms and homesteads across Kentucky. We are a refreshing new internet provider for Kentucky residents.