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Carbon/Emery Moab

Emery Telcom has several different high-speed Internet offerings to meet your needs. DSL in Carbon or Emery County uses your existing, copper telephone line to provide you with a high-speed connection to the Internet. Cable Internet in Grand or San Juan County uses a coax connection to deliver high-speed connections. The result is a dedicated, secure and reliable connection that you can trust.

Types of Internet Service

Emery Telcom DSL

Provides Internet service over telephone lines using frequencies not in use for phone calls. The telephone line provides a secure, unshared, constant connection to the Internet.

Advantages

  • up to 40 Mb
  • secure
  • high bandwidth
  • reliability
  • dedicated, not shared
  • speed is consistent
  • internet & computer tech support
  • local customer service & Support
  • free secure wireless modem
  • uses existing wiring
  • no upfront fee
  • no equipment rental
  • unlimited use
  • available public Wi-Fi at parks
  • bundled pricing
  • can combine with our 4G cellular
 

 

Emery Telcom Cable

Provides Internet service over cable television lines using frequencies not in use for television channels. The cable line provides a secure, reliable connection to the Internet.

Advantages

  • up to 40 Mb
  • secure
  • high bandwidth
  • reliability
  • internet & computer tech support
  • local customer service & Support
  • free secure wireless modem
  • uses existing wiring
  • no upfront fee
  • no equipment rental
  • unlimited use
  • available public Wi-Fi at parks
  • bundled pricing
  • can combine with our 4G cellular
 

 


Wireless ISP

Provides Internet through the air using radio frequencies broadcast from a line of site tower. The wireless ISP purchases Internet bandwidth from a local telephone provides to the tower. This bandwidth is then shared by all customers using the tower. The signal is broadcast to the tower across the air to a fixed point in the home. This is not mobile. No benefits if already wired.

Disadvantages

  • lower speeds
  • higher monthly cost
  • no support for computers
  • equipment rental fees
  • weather affected
  • line of sight necesssary; trees, buildings, and landscape can cause problems.

 


Cellular Internet

Provides Internet through the air using cellular tower base stations. The bandwidth at the tower is shared by all customers using cellular Internet and cellular phones. Its distance and speeds are highly dependent upon the amount of customers using the tower. This can cause speed and access issues, especially during peak usage times. Good for mobile applications.

Disadvantages

4G
  • not available in all areas
  • expensive
  • limited use, charge per MB
  • radiation concerns
  • not as secure
  • weather affected
  • feels like 2Mb-4Mb because it's shared
3G
  • not available in all areas
  • expensive
  • limited use, charge per MB
  • radiation concerns
  • not as secure
  • weather affected
  • feels like 1/2Mb-2Mb because it's shared

 


Satellite Internet

Provides Internet across satellites. Usually involves expensive equipment and lower speeds. Good for remote areas.

Disadvantages

  • lower speeds
  • higher monthly cost
  • high installation cost
  • additional latency for travel to satellite and back