Santel FiberMaxx Internet

The FASTEST, most reliable high-speed internet in the region served by local experts who live in your community. Service as low as $69/month.
Santel Internet Community Coverage

Service Area

 

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Fiber coming soon to communities in yellow
More information:  • Huron    • Mitchell

Parkston & Dimock Town Residents:
Fiber is coming in 2021!
Call 796-4411 for DSL pricing.

Pricing & Features

Santel's fiber-to-the-home internet service is cutting edge, future-proof technology that allows you to send and receive data faster and over greater distances.

It's also more reliable than cable, DSL and wireless connections - with the right service level, you won't have to worry about delays, weather interference and there's less risk of downtime.

Plus, the technicians taking care of your service and our network live right in your community. They're your local experts, ready to help 24/7.

We're number one for service, reliability, speed and support

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WHY FIBER INTERNET?

The advantages of fiber internet make it a cost-effective investment and can even increase the value of your property by up to 3%. Fiber internet is no longer the technology of the future - it's the service many need today. Here's why.

No Data Bottlenecks

As your family relies on the internet and connected devices more, you also need a future-proof data conduit that doesn’t slow data when streaming videos, gaming, participating in virtual meetings or events, and doing it all at the same time on multiple devices. Fiber transmits data at a faster, more consistent speed than other forms of internet service.

Symmetrical Speeds

Upload and download speeds are the same, or symmetric. You won’t have to worry about latency or the delay of information being sent or received over the network. That means video calls run smoother, large documents and graphic files upload and download more efficiently, and livestreams won’t lag, offering a more superior experience.

More Reliable

Fiber is only used for internet services, unlike copper-based technology. It also can withstand environmental factors that affect copper cable and satellite or wireless signals, as well as power outages and electromagnetic interference. It’s simply more reliable as a data conduit so there’s less risk of downtime.

Security

Fiber lines don’t radiate signals and can’t be tapped like wireless signals or copper lines. And satellite internet signals can be more easily intercepted. Because the data moves through the fiber at higher speeds – almost the speed of light – it’s also more difficult for hackers to hijack.