Riverbend is equipped with Gigabit Fiber Internet!

Up to 100Mbps!

Call to Upgrade: 1-832-859-4576


MONTHLY RATES

3 Mbps: FREE!

12 Mbps: $34.99 OR $19.99 UPON CHECK IN.

24 Mbps: $54.99 OR $39.99 UPON CHECK IN.

48 Mbps: $84.99 OR $64.99 UPON CHECK IN.

99Mbps: Call for Inquiry


 

OUR FIBER FEATURES:

  • Faster speeds than traditional internet connection

  • Great for online gaming or streaming services

  • Reliable Connection Speed

  • No Data Caps

  • No Throttling

  • Speeds up to 100+ Mbps (upload and download speed)

 

Tips for better signal: 

To achieve the best signal possible, we highly recommend getting a wi-fi booster for your RV.

RV's are essentially encased in metal thus the signal quality can be affected.

The link below will provide important information as to what a wi-fi booster is, how it can help you get better signal and suggestions for purchasing your own. 

 Top RV Wi-fi Signal Boosters


Frequently Asked Questions:

My Internet connection does not seem to be at the rate I purchased.

Part of the reason you might be experiencing issues with your wifi connection speed is because the signal has trouble traveling through the metal that your RV is constructed out of. To combat this, it is best to purchase a wi-fi booster and install it in the RV. If this does not fix the issue, we are always happy to send out someone to test the signal you are receiving.

How do I connect to the network?

Please click HERE
The instructions on this page that will walk you through the steps of logging onto our network.

How do I opt in for higher internet speeds?
You will simply need to contact the billing department to opt into a higher speed.
Phone: 1-832-859-4576

How will I access my specific rate?
In your wi-fi network options, you will see a designated wi-fi network for the speed you have purchased. You will be given personal log in identification specific for your use to access the network at the rates purchased.

What’s the difference between Megabits (Mbps) and Megabytes(MB)?
One megabyte is equal to eight megabits, but the terms are used in specific ways: Megabits per second (Mbps) are generally used to describe the speed of an Internet connection, whereas megabytes (MB) usually refer to the size of a file or storage space.