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Welcome To NETAGO

Affordable, Anywhere, Any Size Internet Solutions

The internet is a vast network of networks, connecting millions of private, public, academic, business and government networks of all sizes together. Today, the internet has become more important and powerful than ever, with most traditional forms of communications media such as telephone, music, film and television now being redefined by online connectivity. This makes it more important than ever to have an internet service provider that you can trust.

At NETAGO, we provide a gateway to the internet for Alberta residents and workers, whether your internet needs are on a small home or farm, a large business or an entire community. Our services give you a reliable internet connection and access to new services such as Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Internet Protocol television (IPTV), and to the social networking sites that have redefined how we interact with others.

Why should I choose NETAGO?

NETAGO’s services are an excellent match for clients of all types throughout Alberta. Our customers come to us for such reasons as:

  • Quality. We have the expertise and network infrastructure to deliver high bandwidth solutions to clients of all types and sizes.
  • Personal service. As a smaller company, we are able to provide personalized service while still providing large-company quality.
  • Flexibility. The internet is constantly changing. NETAGO is extremely quick to adapt to the constantly changing markets and technologies.
  • Wireless. We use wireless technologies to connect customers to the internet that would not typically be able to get access to high speed internet from traditional providers.

Contact us to get started today

For more information about the services provided by NETAGO, feel free to contact us at:

105 2nd Ave. West
PO Box 1480
Hanna, Alberta T0J 1P0
Phone: 1-800-542-7028
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We look forward to assisting you in any way possible.


CanWISP sees progress in Industry Canada’s recent 3500MHz statements 2014-08-20

 Montreal, August 20th 2014

CanWISP sees progress in Industry Canada’s recent 3500MHz statements

Canadian Association of Wireless Internet Service Providers, CanWISP, applauds Industry Canada on their announcement of the Consultation on Policy Changes in the 3500Mhz Band (3475-3650 MHz) and a New Licensing Process in Rural Areas.

Over the past 15 years, smaller wireless ISP’s have been using unlicensed spectrum to deliver services to Rural Canadians with amazing results. However, the continuing demand for higher speed services and content delivery is pushing unlicensed spectrum to its limit. Access to spectrum in the 3500Mhz band would allow CanWISP members to expand and extend their service offerings delivering higher speeds and additional services with larger data capacities.

Licensed spectrum has historically been available to very large telecommunications providers with deep pockets that allow them to participate in the auction process for licensed frequencies. The 3500Mhz spectrum has remained largely unused since the auction process began in 2004, despite the fact that equipment has been available during this time frame. Industry Canada’s proposal to divide the spectrum, including potentially having multiple licenses within each 25 square kilometer `grid-cell, makes for a very granular, very addressable license area for our members.  Using smaller geographic licensing areas could result in added administrative overhead for providers spanning multiple areas, but smaller areas will also increase the availability of spectrum to more service providers.

The move to divide the spectrum between rural and urban use is also a move in the right direction.  It will result in more affordable rural spectrum for smaller ISP’s.   There are more dollars per square kilometer in Toronto or Ottawa than there are in small-town Canada. The density of people and the dollars that can be generated from urban spectrum are what drive the value of that spectrum.  When the spectrum is sold off as a block across the country, the price of the spectrum doesn’t match the business model for the smaller more rural centres.  There are some outstanding questions on how rural-urban boundary spectrum is handled. 

CanWISP believes Wireless Internet Service Providers will be able to utilize the 3500Mhz spectrum to help the Government achieve its goal of delivering a minimum of 5Mbps to rural residents as laid out in its Economic Action Plan 2014.
About CanWISP

At CANWISP, we strongly believe that all Canadians deserve outstanding access to our technological infrastructure. To accomplish this, we take part in regulatory discussions with the Canadian Government to promote and share best practices within both government and industry.

CANWISP members ensure that rural and exurban communities across Canada have the access and reliable connectivity they need to high-quality voice, video and data services. We work and live in all of the communities we serve, which gives us a greater understanding of our customers' needs and a much more personal aspect to our service.

Our goal: to continue working with stakeholders to ensure that spectrum, a public resource, is used in an efficient and beneficial manner for all Canadians, no matter where in the country they live.
 
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