WirelessPlus $89.99

Our HomeNet WiFi paired with our fastest download speeds—up to 100 Mbps.
$89.99 Includes:
up to 100 Mbps download speed Internet (burstable)
BELD Basic Cable
BELD Wireless router

Limited time offer for new residential BELD Broadband customers and former BELD Broadband customers in good standing.

WirelessPlus

Offer available for a limited time only. Limited to new residential BELD Broadband customers and former BELD Broadband customers in good standing. Cannot be combined with other offers. *A Docsis 3.0 or above modem required to receive speeds above 20 Mbps. Actual speeds are up-to 100 Mbps (burstable) and are not guaranteed, note: speed is burstable with several other factors that can affect the actual speed results. Equipment, installation, taxes and fees extra. Requires a 12-month subscription to BELD Broadband cable and Internet services. If any service is cancelled or downgraded, all regular rates will apply. Offer includes 100/10 Mbps Internet, BELD Basic Cable service and HomeNet WiFi wireless service. Other restrictions may apply.


Our advertised speeds are for a direct connection to the modem with a wire. We cannot guarantee WiFi speeds because we cannot control the customer environment. For the fastest possible WiFi wireless speeds, your computer must be equipped with a 5.8 GHz wireless adapter. Advertised speeds are indexed to a wired connection to the cable modem.  Wifi is a convenience service that is shared with all other Wifi-enabled networks and devices in the vicinity – not just your own devices in your home, so speeds can be substantially slower than a wired connection.  Wifi speeds are better when configured for 5.8 Ghz rather than 2.4 Ghz, but it is still a service shared with all other devices and networks in the vicinity.  Wifi should be considered a service that replaces a wire with radio waves for the sake of convenience, but sacrifices speed and performance to achieve that convenience. Adapters that connect via USB port are available at retailers for those who don't know how to--or don't want to--modify their computers. For the best connection always run a cat5 ethernet cable.