Not all internet is created equal…

Internet speed and reliability is more important than ever before, but not all internet service providers can offer the same capabilities.

What is fiber optic internet?


Fiber optic internet is the fastest and most reliable internet service available. By replacing traditional copper cable, phone lines, or satellite signals with fiber-optic cable, fiber internet is able to achieve speeds that older, more outdated technologies simply cannot reach.

It is important to note that there are more than one type of fiber optic services currently available; Fiber to the Neighborhood (FTTN), Fiber to the Curb (FTTC), and Fiber to the Home (FTTH).

FTTN internet provides a fiber connection to hundreds of customers within a one-mile radius of the node. The remaining connection from the node to your home is often a DSL line that uses existing telephone or cable lines.

FTTC means your fiber connection goes to the nearest pole or utility box and coaxial cables will send signals from the “curb” to your home. This means your connection is made up of part fiber-optic cables, part copper wires.

FTTH means your fiber internet connection goes straight into your home, so that no outdated technology slows down your internet speed. This is the fastest and most reliable network and the type of service that BaseLine internet provides. 


Mbps download speeds

Times faster than cable

Mbps upload speeds

Clear choice for your internet service provider

Internet Service Provider speeds

Web surfing, emailing, shopping, video streaming, music streaming, social media…we do almost everything online. The need for speed has never been greater than it is now, and internet demands are growing every day. With top download speeds up to 10 Gbs/second Fiber to Home internet is the fastest, most reliable service available.

  • Fiber To The Home speeds up to 10,000 Mbps
  • Cable Connection speeds up to 1000 Mbps
  • Digital Subscriber Line(DSL) speeds up to 75 Mbps
  • Satellite Connections speeds up to 25 Mbps

– “Broadband internet access shouldn’t depend on who you are, or where you are from.” – Ajit Pai, Chairman of the FCC