How to Become a Broadband Service Provider

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How to Become a Broadband Service Provider
It is possible to provide broadband to customers. (Internet image by Alexander Kosenkov from

Millions of people connect to the Internet through broadband. Whether it is cable modem, DSL, Wi-Fi, fibre optics or other technologies, a continuous, high-speed connection to the Internet is a valuable thing to have. Businesspeople can communicate via e-mail with customers and collaborate on word processing documents and spreadsheets. Consumers at home can play online games, watch videos and have live chats with their friends. It is possible to become a seller of broadband Internet services to business or residential customers.

Skill level:
Moderately Challenging

Things you need

  • Money
  • Computer with Internet access

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  1. 1

    Purchase an existing utility selling broadband service. There are utilities, including phone and cable companies, that provide direct service to homes and businesses.

  2. 2

    Become a reseller of existing services. Broadband utilities have programs in which independent companies can sell their services. One example is Skylink in New York.

  3. 3

    Join an affiliate program of a utility or reseller. Companies like Commission Junction and Adteractive allow people to indirectly sell their services.

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