Welcome to Boondocks Wireless Internet



With Wireless "Broadband by Air" Internet from Boondocks, you can get DSL/Cable speeds without having to pay for un-needed services from the telephone or cable companys. We provide true broadband speeds to areas that no one else can possibly reach.

We literally provide Broadband Internet access to the "Boondocks".

  • No phone lines needed.
  • Not Satellite Internet.
  • Wide area coverage available.
  • Flexible and affordable rates.
  • Always on connectivity.
  • Multiple computers, no problem.
  • Free anti-Virus software
  • Free Email accounts
  • Excellent technical support

Boondocks "Broadband by Air"  Fast, Efficeint and Affordable.

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Click above icon to access the CUSTOMER PORTAL. From there you can update your contact information, submitt trouble tickets to our support team and pay your monthly service bill. All done over our secure encrypted site.


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Contact Information...

Boondocks Wireless Internet LLC
PO Box 405
Cowarts,Alabama 36321





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Frequently Asked Questions...

Q: How fast is your service?
A: We have the fastest wireless ISM band internet access in the area.
Our slowest speeds are equal to the fastest speeds that other wireless internet providers provide.
We offer DSL/Cable speeds, always on connectivity, unlimited access with no time constraints.
Call us and compare, we will explain the speeds to you and show you how it matters.
We offer residential speeds up to 1.5Mbps down, and 512Kbps Up. We also make allowances for users that have different needs. If you need more speed than that, let us know, we can work with you to make sure you get what you need.

Q: How long does it take to get connected/Installed?
A: As soon as the next business day. If we happen to be in your area we will make every attempt to provide you with service while we are there.
Installation normally takes an hour or so under normal conditions. Install times can vary depending on various issues.

Q: How much does it cost to have a survey done?
A: Site surveys are free.

Q: What equipment do I need to connect to Boondocks Wireless Internet Service?
A: Your equipment will be provided by Boondocks WiFi. We will install and maintain all the equipment that is needed to connect to our service.

Q: Do I need a phone line to use your service?
A: No
no phone lines are needed for our service. All we need is line of sight to one of our many towers in your area.

Q: The satellite companys tell me that I can't game with a satellite connection, is gaming possible with Boondocks Internet access?
A: Yes
You can game with internet access from Boondocks Wireless.
Our network does not have the latency (Lag) that is inherent with satellite internet. Ping times are GREAT.

Q: What are your charges for access and installation?
A: If you are interested in our service and would like to know pricing, speeds and installation charges, that will be sent to you upon completion of the request form located here.

Q: How does this work?
A: This can be a complicated answer, but to make it simple, we install a modem/radio at your location (Home or Business) and point it to one of our towers. we run a small cable (the size of a phone line) into the room that has the computer our router.
That's it, from there it plugs into the computer or router. We do not install any software on the computer at all. Windows includes all that is needed for access to the internet via high speed.

Q: I have a MAC, can you setup my computer with your service?
A: Yes
We have many MAC users, that is not a problem for us.

Q: What is the difference between the current Wi-Fi standards 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11a? Which one is right for me?
A: The main differences are in distance, compatibility and speed.

The bottom line 802.11b will give you the best connection most of the time and the longest distance. if your application is internet access it will provide many times the throughput of the fastest internet connections. Although 802.11g products provide more bandwidth they are much more susceptible to noise. 802.11a products have the same speed as g but have shorter range while they provide a more reliable connection.


Speed wise 802.11b provides up to 11mpbs raw throughput or about 5.5mbps after protocol overhead. if your application is Internet access then 802.11b standard has many times the bandwidth of your internet connection be it Cable, DSL or a full T1. 802.11b also has enough bandwidth to stream high quality divx video to a set top box this requires about 1.5mbps sustained throughput. For distance 802.11b is the clear winner because of a couple of factors one being transmit power of up to 200mW the other is low protocol overhead of CCK. You can expect up to 800 feet or 1200 meters from a 200mW 802.11b card. For compatibility 802.11b compatible products with work with the greatest number of installed networks including all public Hot Spots. 802.11b is also backward compatible with 802.11g products because they both use the 2.4ghz ISM frequency band.


802.11g has 54mbps raw throughput or about 20mbps throughput after protocol overhead or 45mbps actual in turbo mode. If you application involves high speed bridging or copying large files over 100mb then 802.11g is worth looking at. Distance wise 802.11g will only provide the maximum 54mbps connection at close range usually less than 100 feet. After that the connection falls back to 802.11b speeds. 802.11g client devices are limited to 125mW output by the FCC at this time so their maximum range is less than the best 802.11b devices. 802.11g devices are more susceptible to noise than 802.11b devices because they use OFDM protocol. For compatibility 802.11g access points can be set in dual mode b and g supported. There is one issue with this as soon as a 802.11b client associates all clients on the network are kicked down to 802.11b speeds. This can be solved by putting the access point in g only mode. But then the vast majority of existing b clients will not be able to connect.


802.11a provides the same speed 54mbps connection speed as 802.11g using the 5 ghz UNIII band. Currently 802.11a allows for the most actual bandwidth and up to 45mbps of actual throughput in 2x mode vs around 20 for standard 802.11a and 802.11g. This band is less crowded then 2.4ghz allowing for a connection in business or special situations. the 5ghz band also passes through certain types objects better the the 2.4ghz band one of them being crowds of people. 802.11a would be good in a trading floor application or maybe hospital. For distance 802.11a does not have the range of b or g. Compatibility wise 802.11a will not talk with b or g products. However many access points and clients offer dual mode or 802.11b g and a.

Q: What is the maximum distance from a wireless router or access point?
A: It depends on power output and chipset design and the type of wireless standard used. 802.11b is currently the longest range wireless standard because the FCC allows for more transmit power (up to 200mW) than 802.11g or 802.11a.

Access point made by manufacturers like Linksys, Dlink and Netgear because they use low quality chipsets with only 40mW to 80mW of transmit power they can generally reach up to 1500 feet outdoors.

Enterprise grade equipment from Cisco and Proxim has up to 100mW of transmit power and can reach up to 2000 feet outdoors.

Long range wireless access points with 200mW of transmit power can have a range of up to 1200 meters or almost 4000 feet outdoors!

The transmit power of your access point and client card have can greatly effect the range. Generally though it depends on your situation. Metal and Concrete can cause degradation in the signal, as well as microwave ovens and 2.4 GHz phones. If setup properly, a wireless access point or router will give you up to 150 feet indoors and up to 4000 feet outdoors with stock antennas