Wind River Internet to provide County’s first Fiber-to-the-Home initiative

    If you’re ready to stream multiple Ultra HD 4k Movies at the same time, download games and phone updates in seconds and upload photos and videos to Facebook and Instagram up to 100X Faster than cable, then Wind River Internet may be your next internet provider.

    “The FCC put out the public notice and I think it’s great news for the state. As a result, Fremont County will be getting the best connectivity available,” explained, Patrick Lawson,
    Executive Manager of Northern Arapaho Tribal Industries / Wind River Internet.

    Wind River Internet was the winner of the Connect America Funding Reverse Auction to assist in building out infrastructure for Gigabit Internet services to seven Census Blocks in Fremont County over the next 10 years.

    Although the award represents only a portion of the cost associated with the deployment, it will make it possible to deploy affordable gigabit services in more remotely located homes and businesses within the reservation and beyond — including Riverton.

    Wind River Internet was awarded $4.07 Million for 849 locations, which more than other winning bidders in Wyoming due to the faster speed and lower latency that will be deployed using their technology.

    Fiber output:


    ≥ 1 Gbps/500 Mbps

    Low Latency

    ≤ 100 ms

    WRI fiber investments made to date include approximately 28 fiber route miles of “middle mile fiber” with a dedicated fiber for every home passed. In total, 5,842 fiber route miles have been deployed by WRI so far.

    WRI is now deploying fiber from the street to the home and business this Fall 2018 in the following Areas:

    Arapahoe ( 17 Mile Rd, Great Plains and Beaver Creek )
    Riverton (South Federal and Main St)
    Call 307-857-2004 or email [email protected]

    Sign up before for we build out in your area to get these discounted rates for 5 years.


    100Mb $99 $59

    1Gig $199 $99


    100Mb $199 $99

    1Gig $399 $199

    Call for pricing on dedicated circuits for sites with multiple locations and priority service agreements.

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