LTE Business Internet
Versatile and reliable wireless internet – anywhere business takes you
The Latest in LTE Internet for Business
- Multi-carrier connectivity
- Data pooling across Canada
Business LTE internet is rapidly becoming a must-have for organizations across Canada. Highly reliable, versatile – and almost universally available – cellular-based LTE network technology is now a strong alternative to fixed wireless. LTE internet ensures that your business can operate anywhere – no matter what happens.
iTel’s business LTE solutions equip you with the latest hardware, supporting multiple SIM cards from different networks so you always get the best signal possible. With circuit-bonding options available, you can get even better speeds and reliability from your LTE connection. Pool your data consumption across multiple locations regardless of where they are or the carrier being used.
Supported by our business-only, 100% Canadian Network Operations Centre, iTel has the most robust business LTE internet available. As a primary, backup, or temporary connection, iTel has the solution you’re looking for. Let’s Connect.
The Wireless Solution You’re Looking For
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LTE for Primary Connections
With modern, cloud-based tools, even regular daily business operations can quickly eat all your bandwidth. Slow internet is more than just annoying – but in many places, you might not be able to shop around for a better service. iTel’s SD-WAN bonding technology empowers you to build high-speed connections and use LTE as your primary connection, regardless of location. Create fast, carrier-redundant internet access by bonding up to five LTE circuits – all with a single static subnet. Enjoy high speeds and improved reliability in even the most remote and rural locations.
LTE Internet for Business Continuity
Do you know how much revenue you can lose in an outage? Business LTE internet can keep your business online in the worst-case scenario. Avoid costly downtime with automatic failover from your wired service to the next best wireless network. iTel’s business LTE failover combines cost-savings and reliability, so you get the peace of mind needed to focus on what matters.
Temporary solutions don’t need to be painful. Waiting on an install? Relocating? iTel’s business LTE internet can keep you up and running while you wait. There’s no reason to go without a backup connection – add LTE to your business continuity plan today.
Wireless to Wireless Failover
Business Performance + Wireless Convenience
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Third-party or IoT apps
Problems with Wired Connections
Managed Wireless LTE
- Make informed decisions with insight into bandwidth usage.
- Schedule firmware rollouts by device or groups of devices.
- Manage and organize all of your devices to fit your business.
- Available free to customers with more than 20 SIMs loaded.
Enterprise-Grade LTE Modem…and more
More business happens online than ever before, so you need a modem you can count on. iTel and Peplink have partnered to provide business LTE hardware that serves as a modem, enterprise router, and WiFi access point all in one. Designed for high performance in the most demanding conditions, our LTE hardware is ready for anything.
- Certified for vibration and shock resistance
- Rated for extreme heat and cold
- Durable metal casing
- Accepts multiple power inputs and operates with wide voltage ranges
- Optional add-on backup battery
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