Speeds up to
$50 / Month
Speeds up to
$65 / Month
Hilltown Networks is working to provide high quality broadband Internet service in several communities including Ashfield, Buckland, Conway, Shelburne, Hawley, Charlemont, Colrain, Wendell, and New Salem. As service expands, the list of communities will expand as well.
This Internet service is distributed from wireless access points to fixed locations. These access points are intentionally located to maximize network performance and customer access. The service is provided to the customer through relatively small wireless radios installed at the customer's service location. This network is designed to be reliable, high speed, and low latency. Although maximum speeds will vary by location, speed targets for standard service are 10 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload.
To request service, get on the wait list, or to simply express interest in such a service, please click the red button above to complete a brief survey.
Hilltown Networks is actively pursuing coverage expansion through other sites. If you know of a common structure or high-point that could serve multiple locations in your area, please call 628-2100 to suggest it.
The standard installation charge is $200 plus a $25 activation. Equipment rental is free with an up-front installation charge. A wireless modem and small antenna will be installed at your site to provide service. Price may vary based on distance from the access point, complexity of installation, and other factors. Some locations may be ineligible for service. Coverage will be tested prior to installation. Any adjustments to the charge will be discussed prior to installation.
If required, payment plans are available for the installation charge.
Hilltown Networks can provide Internet service to Community Anchor Institutions (CAIs) on the MassBroadband 123 network. To discuss fiber optic solutions for a CAI, please request information here: CAI Service Interest Form
Hilltown Networks is a small business located in Ashfield, MA. Its current primary goal is to provide improved last-mile Internet service in the area using wireless technology.