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Broadband allows you to complete your task of downloading or uploading large-sized files or multimedia content web pages much faster than a Dial-up Internet, 2G and 3G connection and thereby saving your valuable time, and giving you a superior internet experience.

An 'Always On' Connection means that you are always connected to the internet. You just have to enter your Username and Password to gain access to the Internet. You don't need to dial any phone number.

Fixed wireless broadband provides high speed Internet access without cable, fiber or phone-line connections. Data is securely transmitted wirelessly for two-way communications cable of data, video and voice.

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Peakair Secured Wireless Broadband specialized in wireless broadband service. The service is powered with 4th Generation OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing) & MIMO (Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output) technologies.

Peakair Wireless Broadband service comes with many advantages; some of the key benefits are listed below: No Downtime since No Wired cables used Uses TDMA Technology for NIL Communication Error Secured compared to Wired Internet

Cable services speed and performance are based on how many users are using in your area. A cable connection will slow down with each additional user on the network. DSL service quality depends on your distance from the nearest central office. If you are further than 18,000 feet you do not even qualify. Fixed wireless Internet is not affected by any of these downfalls. Most fixed wireless services are also a symmetrical service, which means your upload speeds are as fast as your download speeds. Cable and DSL allow you fast downloads while your uploads are a lot slower..

No, Peakair Wireless Broadband uses Wireless technology on last mile to reach your building to provide Broadband. We will install a CPE on your rooftop / balcony and your home will be connected with Ethernet cable.

No. WISP services are not directly affected by the weather.