Boston Omaha acquires AireBeam

Delivering fiber and fixed wireless broadband to rural communities.

For investors

Boston Omaha enters the broadband telecommunication business

Learn more about how AireBeam is building fiber-to-the-home and fixed wireless in rural communities. Download a PDF of our press release or contact us for more information.

Download PDF or contact us for more information

For customers

AireBeam has been delivering high speed internet in Southern Arizona for over 17 years.

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The AireBeam.com site is governed by the Privacy Policy of BOSTON OMAHA CORPORATION

PRIVACY POLICY

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