Kentucky WiMax offers fast affordable internet for parts of the following counties: Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln, Mercer, Washington, Nelson, Anderson, Marion and always expanding our coverage. Call today! 859-236-8503.

PACKAGES AND PRICES :

Lite - $39.99 per month  768k down, and 128k up.  25 GB of data per month.  $5 per additional GB.
Basic - $49.99 per month  1.5 MB down and 256k up.  It will burst up to 1.5 MB but will be sustained at 786k.  50 GB per month. There is an overage charge of $10 to have the account unlimited.
3.0 -  $59.99 per month  3.0 MB down and 384k up.  It will burst up to 3MB but will be sustained at 1.5MB. This package offers unlimited data.
6.0 - For $69.99 per month, customers get up to 6.0 MB down and 512k up.  It will burst up to 6 MB will be sustained at 3 MB. This package offers unlimited data.
10.0 -  $79.99 a month, customers get up to 10.0 MB down and 512k up.  It will burst up to 10 MB but it will be sustained at 6 MB. This package offers unlimited data.

*All packages subject to availability.
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