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Point Broadband CEO Todd Holt Joins Cord-Cutter Movement & Saves $1,200 per year

Todd Holt, Point Broadband’s Chief Executive Officer, isn’t someone we’d refer to as “tech savvy.” You won’t find him on social media or snapchat (thankfully), but he is quite the sports fan and likes to stay up-to-date on his favorite teams. So once our Marketing Department caught wind that he “cut the cord” at his […]

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What’s the Difference Between Point Broadband Internet vs. Satellite?

“What type of technology is Point Broadband? Is it satellite?” We love it when people ask this question. We are happy to say that we do not use satellite technology to provide you fast, reliable Internet. No, we are much different! Instead, we use newer Fixed Wireless LTE technology. Point Broadband’s Internet is beamed to […]

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Your Guide to Cable TV Cord-Cutting

View original post on Tom’s Guide website here. by MARSHALL HONOROF For decades, cable television was the best way to get quality shows geared toward specialized audiences. Today, that’s what streaming services do, while cable is more like a lumbering dinosaur, slowly laying waste to both consumers’ wallets and their sense of good taste. Cable […]

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Point Broadband Begins Massive Upgrade in Decatur, Miller, and Seminole Counties

West Point, GA – Point Broadband, a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP), based in West Point, Georgia announced today that they’ve started upgrading existing, in-home, customer hardware in Decatur, Miller, and Seminole counties. Earlier this year, Point Broadband purchased Turner Broadband, and made a commitment to upgrade the network, which will provide fast and reliable […]

BROADBAND INTERNET HELPS RURAL AREAS CONNECT—ONLINE AND IN REAL LIFE

BY BRIAN WHITACRE Article originally published in Newsweek. Being able to connect to the internet is crucial for many rural Americans. It allows them to buy goods and services that may not be available locally; market their own goods and services to a much larger area; connect remotely with health services that previously required several hours’ worth […]