Why the Alliance?
Let our experience shape yours.
Never before has the path of a rural Communications Service Provider (CSP) been so challenging or ripe for change. Decreases in government support, increasing competition and growing consumer demand for broadband are pressuring the rural CSP business model like no other time in history. The challenge is magnified due to lack of population density in the geographies they serve and in the lack of scale they have as a single and often small carrier.
The future of 4G LTE radically changes the telecommunications industry and with that change comes challenge. The inherent complexities of wireless network infrastructure, integration and operation are vast and today’s savvy consumer demands an unparalleled user experience. At NetAmerica we not only understand these challenges but we understand that any business owner must manage key areas of risk in order to successfully deliver a new product or service.
The 4G LTE Opportunity
In the waging competition to keep customers and maximize their lifetime value, connectivity and value added services are key. In rural America, the logistics of delivering sufficient bandwidth in an affordable and timely manner are challenging. In addition to FTTH and Digital Subscriber Line, 4G LTE is an important strategic asset to any rural CSP.
Our Brand Promise
We believe in rural America and the virtues of independence, community, and family. We also believe that irrespective of geography—every individual should have access to modern communication services that maintain those valuable connections.
Becoming a Member
The NetAmerica Alliance is a democratic, peer-to-peer union of independent Communications Service Providers (CSP) joining forces to secure the future of rural America. Alliance Members retain complete independence and sovereignty over their service areas, assets and licenses. Members own their local network; they own the wireless spectrum, and they own the customers. We simply handle the hard to do “scale oriented” functions that any single carrier would have difficulty doing or funding on its own.