Faster, Cheaper Internet in

Anderson Island

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Anderson Island Internet Co-op
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Connect to a faster, cheaper neighborhood network. Most users get 200Mbps or better

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Simple installation and fast, friendly, local support

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Pay less than 20c/GB. Most users pay $30 to $50 per month. No contract


All it takes is 100 confirmed pre-registrations for organizers to start deploying a network in Anderson Island. Sign up today to bring faster, more affordable, locally run internet to you and your neighbors.

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We'll mail you a postcard containing a code you must use to confirm your pre-registration and get on the list for an install.

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Organizers will contact you to follow up and answer questions, but you can opt out at any time.

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One Small Antenna, a Router, and a Connected Neighborhood

Anderson Island Internet Co-op will install a small antenna on your roof that connects with other antennas in your neighborhood. Together you and your neighbors create a network.

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Earn money by becoming a relay node

A relay node helps provide internet to your neighborhood. With your equipment, forward traffic to your neighbors and earn money for every byte you send.

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Kevin Mesiabmail_outline

Organizer, Anderson Island Internet Co-op

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Organizer, Anderson Island Internet Co-op

Meet Anderson Island Internet Co-op:

The Anderson Island Internet Co-op’s primary goal is to provide an entirely new model of locally owned and operated high-speed internet to a community that currently has few choices of Internet access provided by commercial ISP’s that have shown little interest in providing quality high speed broadband service. It’s time for rural communities to benefit from the same services that larger cities have had access to for years. But rather than it being controlled by corporate ISP’s, have it be a service built, owned, and operated by the community itself so that everyone can benefit from everything that today‘s high speed internet access can provide.
You can contact Anderson Island Internet Co-op at or call 206-338-9997 or visit their Facebook Page