Fixed wireless broadband is a line of sight technology. It means flat areas are easier to serve than the bluff valley areas. It also means that trees and buildings impact the delivery of service. Subscribers have a radio (a small, round dish-like device) at a fixed location, such as a home, farm or business, that communicates with an access point on a nearby MiBroadband communications tower. View the map below to discover if the broadband service in Minnesota and Iowa cover your area.
Rural areas currently being served:
- Cherry Grove, Minnesota
- Cresco, Iowa
- Fountain, Minnesota
- Greenleafton, Minnesota
- Peterson, Minnesota
- Preston, Minnesota.
- Rushford, Minnesota
- Spring Valley, Minnesota
- Elma, Iowa
- Jackson Junction, Iowa
- Decorah, Iowa (west of Decorah)
- New Hampton, Iowa (north east of New Hampton)
If you live in or near the shaded future service area contact us with your street address to determine availability as map locations are approximate.