Wireless Internet providers bridging some gaps in rural broadband service in MT

“I thought, there must be a way to do it,” he told MTN News in a recent interview. “We figured out how to make it happen. And we just figured if we can do the same thing for my neighborhood, we can do it for anybody. ..

“Our whole goal was to provide Internet to households where everybody forgot about them.”

Bialecki, who had a background in information technology, owns KDS Networks, which has about 1,500 customers, mostly in the rural and suburban areas of Cascade County.