MapleNet Wireless came to life.
MapleNet family of companies merged with Surf Air Wireless to expand our vision to include commercial, residential and educational customers.
NEARLY 100 EMPLOYEES
Surf Broadband Solutions 2019 Christmas Party
Photos courtesy of Michael Stellingwerf
Surf Broadband Solutions is the premier broadband provider in Northwest Indiana, Northeast Illinois and Southwest Michigan since 2010. Our mission is to provide the greatest number of people with the best possible access to the internet. We serve these areas with offices in LaPorte, IN, Coal City, IL, Elkhart, IN, and Byron Center, MI. The Surf Broadband Solutions network is fast, with the latest technology, so our customers experience reliable internet to enhance their daily lives, to Connect Further. Faster.
Maplenet Wireless builds Mission Critical powerful solutions for the core of your IT infrastructure. We are located in Elkhart, Indiana. Our crews travel throughout the country building towers, deploying microwave backbones, engineering turn-key wireless IP and dedicated Fiber internet services. Maplenet Wireless client list includes: utilities, education, healthcare, municipal and enterprise customers. Our solutions are truly carrier-grade and deliver reliable state-of-the-art results.
Commercial Broadband Solutions, now Surf Broadband Solutions, has been serving Elkhart County with high speed, dedicated internet for 20 years, and the time has come to bring the fastest and best to Goshen.
Local, human 24/7 customer service -- no robots, no obnoxious hold- times, no complex phone menus, and no call centers
4-hour response to any service issues -- guaranteed!
Synchronous bandwidth speeds customized for your business -- pay for only the download speeds you need, get a matching upload speed, and NO data caps, ever!
We are located in Elkhart, Indiana.
MNW Telecom is committed to closing the Homework Gap. MNW Telecom helps school districts and hospitals who once thought they were “unreachable” by providing fiber quality services to meet or even exceed the telecommunications capabilities of more urban counterparts.