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Starry is the New Option for Internet Service in DC
If you’re tired of your internet provider, look out for Starry Internet in your neighborhood. The Boston-based company recently launched in DC and is rapidly expanding their 5G network coverage.
Starry's service is refreshingly straightforward: for $50.00/month all-in (taxes included, no additional fees), you get speeds of 200mbps download/100 mbps upload and their proprietary router. No data caps, contracts or bundles.
Starry is currently serving Chinatown, Penn Quarter, Logan Circle and Glover Park, and is coming soon to Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan and Arlington. You can check if they are available at your address, and if they aren’t there yet, they will email you as soon as service is ready.
The technology powering Starry is fixed wireless 5G; their network operates by beaming wireless internet from a local antenna to a receiver that is installed on your building’s roof. From there, they tie into existing wiring in the building to serve each unit.
Condo board members, building property managers and owners that want to bring Starry to their residents can reach out directly to have Starry installed in their building.
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