Orcas Online is very pleased to announce that we have setup a Wireless Access Point on Lummi Island, just across the water from Raccoon Point, capable of delivering high speed wireless internet to homeowners with Line of Sight access towards our AP location. Our AP is located at an elevated location on the northwestern face of Lummi and we are confident that it can reach most if not all of the residences on Raccoon Point road and its major offshoots. Raccoon Point’s downward slope towards the water also enables us to reach heavily treed locations by mounting our wireless equipment directly in a tree large and high enough to see directly to Lummi.
With our network expansion now fully operational, Orcas Online is conducting surveys for interested residents of Raccoon Point and can now respond to any survey requests for the Raccoon Point area. We encourage any area resident with a view of the location shown above to give us a call and see what we can offer. If you would like to learn more, please contact Orcas Online’s office at 360-376-4124 or email us your questions at email@example.com.
Orcas Online is currently executing a plan to provide high-speed wireless internet to Raccoon Point on Orcas Island. Raccoon Point has long been an underserved area at best and an internet dead zone at worst. Bellingham and Satelite internet offer plans for hundreds of dollars a month for unreliable speeds, and ant infrastructure buildout could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Orcas Online plans to broadcast our reliable wireless internet via Lummi Island. If you live on Raccoon Point and can see Lummi Island, you may be a prime candidate for early signup!
All of us here at Orcas Online have been brainstorming ideas for years on how to expand our network to more under-served, hard to reach areas on Orcas Island. A breakthrough may be in the making as we have recently capitalized on an opportunity to expand our network to customers on Lummi Island. This expansion has provided us with the ability to broadcast our wireless broadband service to the Raccoon Point residential area of Orcas Island by bouncing our Orcas-based signal off of our Lummi repeater station. With our network expansion now fully operational, Orcas Online is currently executing a plan to provide high-speed wireless internet to any interested residents of Raccoon Point with a full or partial view of Lummi Island’s western shore. If you would like to learn more, please contact Orcas Online’s office at 360-376-4124 or email us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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