Peyto Lake, Alberta.
Where are Kevin and Ruth now? Ruth is in Calgary, and Kevin is in Jasper, Alberta, Canada.

Where are Kevin and Ruth going next? Nova Scotia on August 17th.

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Factors to Consider When Choosing Your ISP

Choosing your Internet service provider (ISP) is one of the most important decisions you can make when you want top-quality service. In most cases, people settle on an ISP without understanding whether or not it has the coverage for their area. In the event you enroll in a plan from a provider who does not have the proper coverage in your location, you are bound to regret your decision.

Nomad Internet partners with the four major carriers to cover widespread areas when delivering rural Internet. To ensure that you enroll in the correct plan, here are the key factors to consider when choosing your ISP.

1. Availability

Availability means finding out whether or not your preferred plan is available in your area. A suitable ISP is one that has widespread coverage. This is typically determined by your location and can potentially limit your choices.

One of the easiest ways to know whether the ISP has proper coverage for your region is to consider their carriers. When you know their partner carrier, you can use this information together with the strength of your mobile phone signal to make a decision on the right plan for you.

Individuals looking for rural Internet cannot afford to choose an ISP before gauging their availability. That’s because some Internet providers may claim to cover your region only to end up disappointing you. Here's a guide from Nomad Internet - Check For Available Service In Your Area

Conduct an intelligent search then pick a preferred plan.

 2. Reliability

A crucial factor that carries the same weight as availability is reliability. It makes no sense to subscribe to an Internet plan but end up getting disconnected from time to time? Those working from home or are frequent users of the Internet like streaming, social media, and gaming understand how frustrating an unreliable Internet can be.

Nomad Internet offers some of the most competitive plans based on the carriers used. Thanks to the rich partnership, you are never short of options. Take advantage of this wider scope to select a plan that would meet your custom needs.

Go for an ISP that uniquely designs its Internet plans to meet unique customer needs. To get the most out of your ISP, be sure to go for one that has a dedicated customer support team for troubleshooting connectivity issues.

3. Speed and cost

Most ISP set their plans in such a way that there is a trade-off between the speed of our Internet and the price paid. Typically, if you pay less, you are assigned slower download and upload speeds.

Whereas that approach works well for your ISP’s financial books, it might not favor you much. What you need is a plan that conveniently balances speed and cost. It would be best if you did not give up on one at the expense of the other.

A part of deciding on this is to understand your bandwidth needs. Most people are often tempted to choose the fastest Internet plan. Be cautious, or else you end up paying more for bandwidth that might go underutilized.

Why choose Nomad Internet?

Nomad Internet goes out of its way to create Internet plans that suit the Digital Nomad. By partnering with the major carriers, you are assured that most rural areas are covered. We invite you to check our website for a plan that meets your needs.

What you get when you choose Nomad Internet:

  • Widespread coverage
  • Reliable Internet connection
  • Internet speeds that are well balanced with cost
  • Readily-available customer support

Get in touch today for an unlimited Internet plan that works for you.