The long rumored “big” iPad finally arrived during Apple’s September event focused on the new iPhone 6s. The iPad Pro with its external, attachable keyboard and Apple Pencil reminds one of the Microsoft Surface, albeit with a more robust app market available through the iTunes App Store. With the new iPad Mini 4 and iPhone […]Read more...
Point Lay, Alaska INTERNET
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Google recently introduced YouTube Red, the technology giant’s subscription service offering an ad-free YouTube experience. The service’s other major features include allowing you to enjoy downloaded content when not on the Internet and a background play function, which keeps the music going when you are busy with something else on your computer or mobile device. […]Read more...
Google OnHub is a wireless router designed for home use including those with a home automation system. This is yet another experimental project from the Internet search and technology giant and since it’s Google some may wonder if more advertising is on the way based on personal Internet activity. That and many other questions remain, […]Read more...
On Monday January 18th The Today Show spent time covering a topic of importance to Internet users everywhere — optimizing the speed of your home Internet connection. In fact, Bandwidth Place was mentioned by reporter Jeff Rossen as a tool of choice for determining your Internet speed before taking steps to improve performance. He offered some helpful […]Read more...
If your household takes full advantage of its Internet service with simultaneous multiple users and hearty bandwidth consumption, you may notice some devices aren’t able to maintain a strong connection to your router. It’s possible your residence is too large with multiple walls adversely impacting the wireless signal strength. And if you live in an […]Read more...
With Cupertino upping the video streaming competition with their new Apple TV and its tvOS operating system offering a platform for games and apps, Google naturally counters that action with an enhanced Chromecast. As more users take advantage of fast Internet speeds to watch TV shows and movies, the market for video streaming devices continues […]Read more...
The mainstream introduction of 5G wireless service looks to be around two years away. Many of the top players in technology — both from a mobile device and networking equipment standpoint — are involved in research and testing of new 5G product designs. We’ve been talking about this latest tier in mobile communications for nearly […]Read more...
As AT&T steps up the pace with its rollout of their GigaPower 1 Gbps Internet service across the country, another giant service provider — Comcast — is dipping their toes into this highest tier of consumer-level broadband. Atlanta is slated to be the first city for Comcast’s new “One Gig” service, with a catchy brand […]Read more...
The leading Internet video company, YouTube is testing a new product, called Accelerator, which hopes to improve the performance of their website. YouTube Accelerator recently began a testing period in the Philippines before a potential worldwide rollout with hopes of improving everyone’s streaming experience. When you are traveling outside of the friendly confines of your […]Read more...
One of the nice features provided by Bluetooth technology is its ability to stream music wirelessly to speakers, headphones and earbuds. While the sound quality suffers compared to a high-end stereo system playing vinyl or an advanced audio format like SACD or DVD-Audio, it works well enough with compressed formats like MP3 or AAC. The […]Read more...
Speed test results show an average of 0 Mbps download and 0 Mbps upload speeds across all mobile, tablet, and desktop devices tested. Take a look at the charts below for an at-a-glance view of of speed test results by device.
Historical Alaska Internet Speeds Over Time
Nearby Alaska Internet Speeds by City
Point Lay, AK
- Terms: 12 months
- 2 year TV price guarantee
- $480 ECF
Point Lay, AK
- $99 Internet Installation Fee
- WiFi Router: Free
- Channels: 145+
- Premium Channels: HBO Showtime Starz Cinemax 3 months free
- Pricing: 2-year TV Guarantee - 1-year Internet
- Contract: 2 years TV - 1-year Internet
- Early Termination Fee: $480 for TV; o $180 for Internet
- Data Cap: Unlimited - combined bill required.
Point Lay, AK
- Contract Term: 2 years
- Price Guarantee: 1 Year TV
- Plus Taxes
- Channels: 145+
- Channels: HBO Cinemax Showtime Starz for 3 months
- Equipment: Includes monthly fees for up to 4 rooms & DVR monthly fee
- Start up: $0 equipment $0 startup