No cost to the you. No expensive retro fit. No disruptions to your tenants.
An unlimited, dedicated connection with symmetric speeds plans. Backed by a money back guarantee.
Improve satisfaction, reduce churn and increase property value.
Residents say that having Gigabit internet makes a building more desirable.
“Internet is a more important amenity than laundry for apartment dwellers”
When considering where to live, renters rank high speed Internet higher than amenities like a pool or a gym.
Increase the value of your property with Gigabit internet!
Let your tenants stream, play and work as much as they want. There are no limits!
Frequently Asked Questions
YES! Cloud computing is now commonplace. Having the ability to quickly upload your data is critical. All of our plans include equal upload and download speeds.
YES! JumpFiber takes great pride in making our customers happy. Our local support team is ready to help.
YES! If you are not completely satisfied within the first 30 days, you’ll get a full refund.
NO! JumpFiber provides a dedicated connection to each customer’s router. Unlike cable that’s stuck with a shared internal network design.
NO! Unlike most telco providers, JumpFiber limits the amount of fees charged. This typically saves our customers between 15% to 20% on the bottom line. Click here to take the “Price Comparison Challenge”
NO! When customers use our “Carrier Class”, managed routers, you’ll get the speeds you pay for. Upload and download.
NO! Our customers are welcome to transfer as much data as they like.
*Offer ends 09/30/18. Not available in all areas. New residential customers only. $90 promotional pricing good for twelve months. No contracts required. Equipment, installation, taxes and fees, and other applicable charges extra, and subject to change during and after the promo. Service limited to a single outlet. May not be combined with other offers.
Upload/download speed and device streaming claims are based on maximum wired speeds. Actual Internet speeds are not guaranteed and may vary based on factors such as hardware and software limitations, latency, packet loss, etc. Click here for more information.