We all like choices. So, which Internet service plan is right for you? Internet service providers offer prepaid plans, contract plans, and no contract plans. Each plan offers advantages for different situations. We offer a no long term contract plan because it gives you the most flexibility and puts you in control.
From your credit-card bill to that text message you just sent, hidden fees are lurking everywhere. Those costs can add up fast. We keep it a priority to be upfront and honest about what your Internet service is going to cost.
We've all seen it happen. A company promotes a great offer that gives you the lowest rate compared to their competition. You take the offer and a year later you are stuck paying 3 times what you orginally agreed to. We take pride in keeping our prices set at the agreed upon price.
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Yes. NC.NET offers several packages with download speeds ranging from 256Kbps up to 7 Mbps. Your actual connection speed may vary depending on your location.
The simple answer is no. In most cases, you will only need one phone line.
Depending on your location, Stand-alone DSL (no need for phone service) may be available.
You can still talk on the same phone line and be connected to the Internet at the same time.
Besides your computer and a network card (which comes standard on most computers). A DSL Router is also needed which we can provide.
We provide you with simple, step-by step instructions for installing your DSL equipment. If you ever have a question, simply contact our tech support team.
Your first month of service is charged on the date that you place your order. It will cover the first month after your DSL service is installed. Billing is in monthly increments thereafter. No long term contract or commitment is required. You can upgrade, or downgrade plans at anytime.
NC.NET provides Unlimited Internet access without data caps each month. So you never have to worry about exceeding a monthly quota, or accruing overage charges.
Yes, however if you use a VOIP carrier for your phone service, such as Vonage. You must have your DSL router active for your VOIP telephone to work.