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High-Speed Wireless Internet

We provide and maintain the most reliable high speed wireless internet network in the Rio Grande Valley. With our 8 state of the art tower sites, we connect subscribers from Rio Grande City to South Padre Island, to Faysville to Mexico. We go where no one else goes!

Residential Packages

Residential Packages

BRONZE PACKAGE

$29.99

PER MONTH

1 Mbps

Great for checking email

1024kbps / 384kbps


Unlimited Data

No Contracts

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SILVER PACKAGE

$49.99

PER MONTH

2 Mbps

Great for web browsing

1.5Mbps / 512kbps


Unlimited Data

No Contracts

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MOST POPULAR

GOLD PACKAGE

$69.99

PER MONTH

4 Mbps

Great for watching Netflix

3Mbps / 1Mbps


Unlimited Data

No Contracts

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PLATINUM PACKAGE

$89.99

PER MONTH

6 Mbps

Great for Gaming

5Mbps / 1Mbps


Unlimited Data

No Contracts

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*Contracts apply to all custom speed packages
Installation charges apply. Call for pricing.

Additional Services Offered

Call for Commercial pricing. Custom point-to-point microwave links* Temporary wifi for special events. GET IN TOUCH

Call for Commercial pricing.
Custom point-to-point microwave links*
Temporary wifi for special events.

Questions?

Who is Rioplex?

Rioplex Wireless Ltd. Is a wireless internet service provider (WISP) that serves the Rio Grande Valley metroplex. Since 2002 the Rioplex network has provided residential and commercial customers with wireless internet connections from 64kbps to 50Mbps. Using a total of eight tower sites, Rioplex has connected subscribers from Rio Grande City to South Padre Island, and from Faysville to Mexico. Competitive advantages are our small business style service, rapid deployment of internet to remote areas, and reliable high speed connections.

What's the difference in ISP providers?

1. Dial up, DSL, and Cable all use copper cables. Dial up being the slowest and Cable being the fastest of the three. These connections are the most common and usually found in established subdivisions or densely populated areas. Customer must purchase a modem for connection.

2. Rioplex Wireless ISP – Uses point to multipoint wireless technology. Antenna is installed on customers property to provide high speed internet with low latency. Easily deployable in remote area without establish internet providers. As long as antenna has line of sight.

3. Satellite – Low bandwidth and high latency. Usually has data limits. Only recommended when you have no other alternative.

4. Fiber – Highest bandwidth and lowest latency. Most expensive installation cost when not already available. If a fiber network is already in your area, and offered at a reasonable price. Get it. Seriously, our service is not for you.

How many computers
can I hook up to this service?

You would need a router to hook up more than one computer. Keep in mind, the more computers using the service at the same time, the more bandwidth you will need.

Will your service provide wifi?

No, you would need to purchase a wireless router and plug it into our service. Sales representative can recommend what to purchase.

Does your service have data limits?

No, download as much as your greedy self wants.

Do you offer phone or TV packages?

No, Rioplex only provides internet.

Is this service mobile?

No, we install a fixed line of sight antenna.

Why is there a price difference between
residential & commercial?

Commercial customers usually spend more time on the network. Commercial subscribers are also given priority over residential.

Can the installation be done outside
normal business hours?

Yes, Additional charges my apply.

Definitions

Bandwidth – The maximum amount of data that can be transferred over a connection in a given amount of time. Usually measured in Megabits per second (Mbps). Higher the better.

Latency – The amount of time it take a packet of data to move across a connection. Usually measured in Milliseconds (ms). The lower the better.

Availability – Up time in which the connection is usable. All connections are made by humans and will go down at some point. The goal is to make down time rare.

Data limits – Some providers have monthly data limits. Such as “5GB per month”. Once you reach your limit, you’ll either have to pay extra or be cut off and wait till next month to finish watching your movie on Netflix.

Questions

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Answers

Who is Rioplex?

Rioplex Wireless Ltd. Is a wireless internet service provider (WISP) that serves the Rio Grande Valley metroplex. Since 2002 the Rioplex network has provided residential and commercial customers with wireless internet connections from 64kbps to 50Mbps. Using a total of eight tower sites, Rioplex has connected subscribers from Rio Grande City to South Padre Island, and from Faysville to Mexico. Competitive advantages are our small business style service, rapid deployment of internet to remote areas, and reliable high speed connections.

What's the difference in ISP providers?

1. Dial up, DSL, and Cable all use copper cables. Dial up being the slowest and Cable being the fastest of the three. These connections are the most common and usually found in established subdivisions or densely populated areas. Customer must purchase a modem for connection.

2. Rioplex Wireless ISP – Uses point to multipoint wireless technology. Antenna is installed on customers property to provide high speed internet with low latency. Easily deployable in remote area without establish internet providers. As long as antenna has line of sight.

3. Satellite – Low bandwidth and high latency. Usually has data limits. Only recommended when you have no other alternative.

4. Fiber – Highest bandwidth and lowest latency. Most expensive installation cost when not already available. If a fiber network is already in your area, and offered at a reasonable price. Get it. Seriously, our service is not for you.

How many computers
can I hook up to this service?

You would need a router to hook up more than one computer. Keep in mind, the more computers using the service at the same time, the more bandwidth you will need.

Will your service provide wifi?

No, you would need to purchase a wireless router and plug it into our service. Sales representative can recommend what to purchase.

Does your service have data limits?

No, download as much as your greedy self wants.

Do you offer phone or TV packages?

No, Rioplex only provides internet.

Is this service mobile?

No, we install a fixed line of sight antenna.

Why is there a price difference between
residential & commercial?

Commercial customers usually spend more time on the network. Commercial subscribers are also given priority over residential.

Can the installation be done outside
normal business hours?

Yes, Additional charges my apply.

Definitions

Bandwidth – The maximum amount of data that can be transferred over a connection in a given amount of time. Usually measured in Megabits per second (Mbps). Higher the better.

Latency – The amount of time it take a packet of data to move across a connection. Usually measured in Milliseconds (ms). The lower the better.

Availability – Up time in which the connection is usable. All connections are made by humans and will go down at some point. The goal is to make down time rare.

Data limits – Some providers have monthly data limits. Such as “5GB per month”. Once you reach your limit, you’ll either have to pay extra or be cut off and wait till next month to finish watching your movie on Netflix.

JUST TO LIST A FEW OF OUR HAPPY CLIENTS

Need Support?

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Address:

4800 N. 23Rd St.
McAllen, TX 78504

Support hours:

Monday – Friday
8:30am to 5:00pm

Phone:

(956) 683-7979

Toll Free:

(866) 683-7979

Address:

4800 N. 23Rd St.
McAllen, TX 78504

Support hours:

Monday – Friday
8:30am to 5:00pm

Most common fix for loss of connectivity:
Unplug radio power supply, wait five seconds, plug back in. If you are using a router, same steps apply.

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