The MegaPath broadband reviews below were submitted to a variety of independent review sites, as well as to MegaPath directly.
MegaPath broadband Internet services include a wide selection of speeds and access technologies, giving you affordable choices available from a single high-speed Internet provider. Our high-speed broadband services include business T1, Bonded T1, Ethernet, Fiber, DSL, and Cable. We also offer Managed WiFi (Wireless LAN) as a fully managed, secure, hassle-free WiFi service. Both our business-class high-speed broadband access and our Managed WiFi service are available in all 50 states.
The wide selection of broadband access speeds and technologies enables businesses to select the access that fits their business needs and their budget at each location. That's one of the reasons for the strength of the MegaPath broadband reviews found below.
Fiber with speeds up to 10 Gbps gives you bandwidth for your most depending applications.
Symmetrical Business Ethernet with speeds to 135x135 Mbps is great for mission-critical applications, and is commonly used by businesses that require more bandwidth than a bonded T1 for large file uploads and downloads.
Asymmetrical Business Ethernet with speeds up to 50x10 Mbps, and dedicated bandwidth, is a true business-class alternative to cable. It’s particularly well suited for businesses that need affordable service with fast download speeds, but don’t require fast upload speeds.
A T1 offers symmetrical speeds of 12 Mbps. T1s are a great fit for businesses that have multiple offices and need mission-critical reliability.
DS3/OCx service is symmetrical and available at multi-Gigabit speeds. Businesses looking for maximum performance, extreme speed, and robust SLAs will appreciate this service.
Wireless Internet running on 3G and 4G LTE network technologies is great for businesses that need an affordable business-class broadband connection for teleworkers and remote workers; remote locations where DSL and Cable access are unavailable; temporary access; and as a fully redundant backup solution.
Satellite Internet access suits businesses that have a highly distributed workforce or locations where terrestrial access is unavailable.
Cable Internet is available nationwide and attractive to businesses looking for affordable yet high-bandwidth access and can tolerate best-effort service availability and unspecified uptime guarantees.