Community Partners

At Noize Communications we strive to deliver our high speed internet service at a highly competitive rate to all of our customers.  In order to do this we work with our Community Partners to help distribute the network to those areas where quality high speed internet service is lacking or simply not available.

What exactly is a community partner? Good question!

A Community Partner is an individual property owner, a town or village board, a building owner, or anyone that might own or have access to a tall structure that we might be able to set up and install our  high speed internet access points on. We work together with our Community Partners to come up with agreements which will meet their needs as well as ours! In many cases, we are able to work out arrangements that allow our Community Partners to receive our high speed internet service, at their home or business, at a special discounted rate or at no cost at all. Each community partner agreement is unique in its own way. Our current Community Partners are very happy with their current arrangements and you will be too!

What kind of structures can we install our high speed internet service equipment on?

  • Radio Towers
  • Water Towers
  • Grain Legs
  • Grain Bins
  • Silos
  • Tall Buildings
  • Tall Roof Peaks

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My town or community needs high speed internet service!  How do we get NoizeNet to service our area?

This is a great question!

Our internet service is an excellent and a welcome addition for small or outlying communities where other internet services are less than satisfactory or simply not available.  We would love to hear from you and discuss the possibility of using your property or structure as we continue to spread wireless internet service across all of central Illinois!  Email us or give us a call today and let us know that you are interested in more information about becoming a Community Partner! We’d love to hear from you and answer any questions that you may have. Call 309-670-1000 or you can email us at We hope to hear from you soon!