Residential High-Speed Internet Service
Invisalink Wireless is proud to offer high-speed Internet connectivity to residents of rural Madison County, Missouri, and surrounding areas. Our service fills a void for those who are unable to receive cable, DSL, or any other type of high-speed Internet connectivity in rural areas.
Interested in getting high-speed internet at your home? Want to know what your top-speed could be? We’re happy to schedule a time to talk with you about an evaluation.
Attention: This form is for people in the state of Missouri. If you are a resident in the state of Michigan and wish to have internet, phone or video surveillance service, please visit ou michigan site at invisalink.net. Thank you
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Wireless Internet as reliable as DSL or Cable?
If I purchase a wireless router from Invisalink Wireless Missouri, what is the warranty?
I bought (or have) XYZ wireless router, will you configure it for me during installation?
We will do this at the time of the install as a complimentary service. Any return trip however, will require a service call fee.
Is your service better than Satellite services like Wild Blue, HughesNet, etc?
Our service does not have the issues of where weather becomes a problem. You will enjoy an always-on internet connection. Additionally, satellite internet service has an astrophysical problem compared to our service, where the connection must travel over 100,000 miles round trip to reach your home. This causes a latency issue to the internet, otherwise known as lag. What this means is that it takes up to 200x the amount of time for your internet connection to receive the data than it does with our service. Satellite also has daily download limits. Sometimes a Windows Update can cause you to reach your daily download limit and you will no longer be able to enjoy a high speed connection. Also, we allow bursting up to 7MB/s, which is more than 5 times the average satellite carrier at a lower cost.
Is it possible to do a Self-Install?
My house has deed restrictions which do not allow outdoor antennas, can I still get service?
Is it like AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, etc. mobile broadband?
No. Our wireless service is a fixed wireless connection, meaning you cannot travel with it. Additionally, mobile broadband speeds are normally slower than ours, and experience higher latency.