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Top Cities for DigitalPath Internet Service
|Chico, CA||1,000 Mbps||38.81 Mbps|
|Oroville, CA||1,000 Mbps||14.63 Mbps|
|Grass Valley, CA||1,000 Mbps||10.07 Mbps|
|Red Bluff, CA||1,000 Mbps||9.95 Mbps|
|Susanville, CA||1,000 Mbps||15.35 Mbps|
|Fresno, CA||1,000 Mbps||1.87 Mbps|
|Marysville, CA||1,000 Mbps||5.27 Mbps|
|Corning, CA||1,000 Mbps||25.82 Mbps|
|Healdsburg, CA||1,000 Mbps||9.95 Mbps|
|Gridley, CA||1,000 Mbps||6.21 Mbps|
Fastest Cities For DigitalPath Internet Service
|Portola, CA||1,000 mbps||45.77 mbps|
|Chico, CA||1,000 mbps||38.81 mbps|
|Corning, CA||1,000 mbps||25.82 mbps|
|Willows, CA||1,000 mbps||22.34 mbps|
|Quincy, CA||1,000 mbps||17.57 mbps|
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Solid Tech, Solid Communications
I live in a rural area where one would not expect to get anything except satellite or maybe a poor cellular data connection. DigitalPath was able to find line of sight to a local tower on the top of one of my trees on which they installed an antenna. I work at home and use the internet intensively, mainly Remote Desktop, VoiP/Conferencing and Email. High bandwidth is not a requirement, but low latency and stable uptime are a big deal. My first few weeks of service i experienced regular dropouts and loss of service which would cause painful work interruptions. I worked with their tech support to troubleshoot the issue and they determined the cause was likely with the antenna/tree equipment. The climbers came back out and after a second trip up the tree, my connection has been stable with zero drop outs for over 2 weeks now. I have been on the phone several times for various reasons, each time the wait time was reasonable (with audio prompts telling you how people are in the queue before you). In addition they update their initial tech-support greeting with today's date and a summary of known outages. This morning I woke to a service outage, I called the support line and learned right off the bat that there was an outage in my area and included an estimate time of service restoration. No need to even speak to a tech. I headed into town and worked at a coffee shop and after returning home I am writing this up using my DigitalPath connection. These guys are top notch at communication and the service is just what I need for working in the tech world from the middle of a forest. A+++ I am on the 10 Mbps / 2 Mbps plan which is delivered as advertised. One other thing to note. If you plan on relying on this kind of service the way I do, you should consider that this kind of technology is heavily reliant on atmospheric conditions. Plan to have a backup if you have any mission critical tasks that depend on the internet. If you have line of sight and these guys can't make it work, you probably need to explore other options.
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