We’re on a mission to positively impact the communities we serve through a better internet.
And delivering a better internet starts with building a better network. That’s why we’re laser-focused on deploying the region’s most reliable and awesomely fast fiber optic network – designed entirely for modern internet consumption.
Founded in 2019 and based in St. Louis, MO., Gateway Fiber is redefining what people expect from their internet service provider. We keep things simple. We arrive to installs on time. And we don’t prey on complex promotional pricing schemes.
The communities in our backyard deserve the infrastructure needed to compete, learn and connect globally. Rant over.
Here's what we hold true.
Our mission is to build connected communities, advance economic development and bridge the digital divide — right here in our own backyard.
We stick to the basics of good service. Like arriving to installs on time. Forgoing complex promotional pricing schemes. And answering our phone when it rings. Novel, right?
The future is fiber. That’s why we’re building a world-class, future-ready, 100% fiber optic network that accounts for today’s broadband needs as well as those still to come.
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Local internet provider Gateway Fiber is teaming up with Big Sticky’s BBQ for “Gateway Gives: Dine Out for Buddy Bags,” a fundraising event on October 9 to support Buddy Bags, an organization committed to feeding children in the Lincoln County RIII School District in Troy.
Cable is quickly being replaced by streaming services that give subscribers even more options than ever imagined. How has streaming changed the viewer experience?
Here are some tips for home Wi-Fi setup, along with an explanation of how Plume’s mesh network magically optimizes itself and helps you manage all your devices seamlessly.
Here are a few tips to help you get ahead of the chaos so you can run your life, not the other way around.
Undoubtedly, 2020 and early 2021 taught us a few things about how important a good internet connection can be. Without it, millions of students nationwide would have missed an entire school year. Thanks to modern technology, however, remote learning allowed education to continue while school buildings were closed.
Summertime means county fairs: music, rides, livestock contests, funnel cakes – all the elements that make county fairs fun! This summer, Gateway Fiber supported the fairs in Warren, Lincoln, and St. Charles counties.
Can you get rid of cable or satellite without sacrificing your favorite channels and limiting your sports and entertainment options? Absolutely. And it’s easier than you may think with so many streaming services and smart devices for your existing television.
What do you do when a single router isn't strong enough to provide a solid Wi-Fi signal throughout your home? In the old days, you had to move your router to a more central location. However, with the invention of Wi-Fi extenders, the centralized router became less of an issue for spreading signal around the house by simply extending the original signal to the far reaches.
One question we are often asked is, “Why fiber?” It’s a fair question. Why does it matter how the internet gets to your home, so long as it does? But if you’ve ever experienced a slow internet connection, you know it matters. The type of cabling carrying the internet directly affects how fast it gets to you, which affects your online experience.
You’ve probably heard all the talk in the internet world about upload speeds and download speeds. But what does it all mean? And why does it matter? Most importantly, what does your internet service provider offer?