Country Nomad Blog — rural internet

How Nomad Internet Works


Posted by David Garza on

Oftentimes, we have prospects ask why we are different, how do our services work when major lines can barely deliver or offer the kind of service we provide. We've also had customers comment saying, “it works like magic.” Yes, it does work like magic, and that’s why we are different! Why Choose Nomad Internet? 1. We provide genuinely Unlimited High-Speed Internet made mainly for rural areas, and on the road travelers. We do this by combining the latest cellular technology of all major providers with a single plan. And we can have you up and running in as little as...

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Working from Home with Rural Internet


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Working from home is difficult in itself – trying to stay organized, on schedule, and on task isn’t easy! You don’t need the added worry of a stable internet connection when working in a rural area. Internet speed and connectivity is important to having a smooth, stress-free work experience. Here are some tips for working from home with rural internet. 1. Do an Internet Speed Test In order to successfully work from home with rural internet, you need to establish how fast your internet speed actually is. Then, you can adjust your schedule and internet usage accordingly. If you aren’t...

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Internet Options For Rural Areas


Posted by David Garza on

If you live in a rural area or small town, you probably understand the difficulty with getting a quality internet connection. Getting both high speed and great connection is not easy, and it’s often expensive. While there are several current options for rural internet, choosing the right option isn’t always easy. We’ve outlined the four main options, with pros and cons of each! Mobile Wireless Internet Mobile wireless internet is a great rural internet choice! This is an internet service that is reliant on cell phone coverage. This option provides strong home internet connections, even when other options are unavailable...

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What NOT to Do in the Rural Areas


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Planning a visit to rural areas is exciting and stressful in equal measure. The prospect of meeting a new culture and staying away from the busy and loud urban life is thrilling. However, you are equally laid back by the kind of things you can do and cannot do. The possibility of having a poor Internet connection can also frighten you. Here is a look at the don'ts of those moving to rural places. #1: Go slow on revealing clothes Clothing in rural areas is one of the most challenging things to figure out. Whereas you might have been used...

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Where Will Rural Internet Be 5 Years from Now?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Rural Internet connection remains mostly underdeveloped compared to urban areas. The underdevelopment is attributed to the fact that residents in these regions are sparsely distributed. Therefore, most ISPs have little economic motivation to invest in the region. As a result, rural dwellers are continuously exposed to slow Internet connections. But things have been changing for the better in recent times. The entry of players such as the Nomad Internet has redefined the approach to rural high-speed Internet. Where will rural Internet be in the next five years? To understand this, you must first comprehend the current state of affairs. Rural...

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