April 10, 2015
The All Points operations team is pleased to announce that we have completed a major upgrade of the Mount Weather transmission equipment serving several hundred customers in the areas around Berryville, Bluemont and Middleburg.
Customers in these areas need to have the equipment at their location upgraded in order to enjoy the faster speeds our upgraded network provides. For a limited time, we are providing this equipment and installation at no charge to existing customers. Our support team is in the process of contacting customers who are eligible to receive upgraded service to schedule installations. Once upgraded, customers have access to speeds needed for work, for school, or just for fun. The positive response to our upgraded service has been overwhelming, and we thank our customers for their patience as we continue our network upgrades.
Customers whose equipment is ready for upgrade will receive an email or phone call letting them know that they can call All Points at 703-554-6600 to set up an appointment to receive their free equipment upgrade.
With warmer weather here at last, the pace of our network upgrades will accelerate. We look forward to providing you with state-of-the-art connectivity. Stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for updates!
March 20, 2015
Our network team has designed the upgrades and received equipment to improve broadband in and around Hillsboro, Mechanicsville, Eubanks, Wheatland, and Morrisonville! During today’s snow and rain, we spent the morning assembling transmission equipment.
We will begin upgrading equipment for existing wireless customers in May. The improved service will be many times faster than current offerings.
Wireless customers whose equipment is ready for an upgrade will receive a notification email. Customers may then call our support team at 703-554-6600 to set up an appointment to receive their free equipment upgrade.
In addition to upgrading wireless broadband in these areas, All Points Broadband will be providing fiber-to-the-home for eligible neighborhoods. If you and your neighbors are interested in becoming an All Points Broadband fiberhood, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for updates!
December 31, 2014
All Points Broadband is very pleased to join VACo’s community of public servants and various service providers.
Broadband Internet is required for economic development and is now considered an essential residential utility. Community anchor institutions, business parks, government facilities and residential neighborhoods all require high quality broadband. Traditional Internet service providers have deployed fiber or cable in high-density regions but have forced customers onto expensive cellular services across much of Virginia. For most of underserved Virginia, a hybrid-fiber-wireless network is the best option for solving your broadband gap.
All Points Broadband is committed to delivering reliable broadband Internet to everyone, regardless of where they live. We build and operate hybrid-fiber-wireless broadband networks supported by quality customer service. Subscribers include everyone from rural homesteads to apartments to commercial buildings. Our service is ideal for community anchor institutions such as schools, libraries and numerous county administrative facilities.
All Points Broadband operates Virginia’s premier fixed wireless Internet service provider and is making substantial investments to upgrade and expand this network and expand into new regions. We are partnering with counties to design and build broadband networks in their jurisdictions.
Our hybrid-fiber-wireless network will be the optimal solution to provide content-neutral broadband to underserved regions without ongoing subsidies. Resource constrained local governments can reduce costs by consolidating their telecommunications budgets and leveraging their underused vertical assets.
We have the expertise and capital to partner with local government and close the ever-expanding digital divide. The successful process involves collaboration between the public and private partners. First, we work with you to determine your telecommunications needs at public facilities and what vertical assets (water towers, building rooftops, tower access rights, etc.) can be used to expand broadband. We use these inputs to design the core of a state-of-the-art hybrid-fiber-wireless network. Once this core is in place, your county can receive better service at reduced cost. We will then invest private capital to continue to expand the network to serve the underserved areas in your county.
Depending on resource availability, the time between network planning and providing high quality broadband can be as short as six months. All Points Broadband is available to meet with your county or region to discuss your broadband needs and options.