Reliable rural internet service is here!

Bradford Broadband is a modern internet service provider specializing in fixed wireless connections in Bradford County PA.

Fixed Wireless Connections

Our service isn't satellite or cellular. We use our own network of towers and other access points to get internet to you.

Unlimited Data

We don't have any data caps so stream, game or browse as you please, don't worry about going over any type of data limit.

Encrypted Data

All your internet traffic is encrypted before it is sent through our wireless network.

Fiber Backbone

Our network is fiber fed from multiple provders with lots of redundancy built in.

Low Latencey

Thanks to our locally owned and controlled  network, our technology has very low latency and isn't affected by weather like satellite is.

Fiber Optic Plans!

Starting in the summer of 2023, we are now installing home fiber optic connections to bring internet service to locations not possible with our current wireless network. Check out for all the details of our new services!!


Are your internet packages really unlimited?

Yes, 100% they're unlimited! We don't believe in limiting how much you can use your connection.

Unlike with other internet providers, you can be assured that there are no data caps or extra charges regardless of how much you use the internet!

Is your service satellite or cellular?

No, our service is what's called 'Fixed Wireless'. Our service is made up of a network of our own towers located across Bradford County, with a access point usually within a few miles of you, which means when it rains or snows, you won't experience slow downs, high latencey or outages.

Does the monthly rate go up after a few months? ​Do I have to pay in advance?

Your monthly rate will never go up while your service remains current. Our service has no contracts so you pay for your service a month ahead. We also offer a discount if you pay 12 months in advance!

How big is the antenna that goes on my building?

Our standard  dish antenns is approximately 14 inches in diameter, about 1/2 the size smaller than a typical satellite dish but we have antennas as small as a pack of cards depending on your proximity to our towers!