Wi-Fiber uses a combination of fiber optic, high-capacity microwave, and last-mile Wi-Fi technology over its own network of base stations. These connections offer very fast speeds combined with a desirable low latency that fiber provides. Availability is possible in even some of the most rural locations.
Unlike 4G and LTE, Wi-Fiber uses fixed wireless technology. A small receiver gets installed on the exterior of the home or business premises. Then, a tiny cable is run into your home from the receiving equipment into a wireless router provided by Wi-Fiber so that you can share your connection with the whole family or business.