We’re the internet service that’s fixing the internet
It’s the greatest tool ever invented to connect and learn and work and play. But most people are stuck with just one overpriced, underperforming service. So we’re building a better kind of internet service.
Incredibly complicated problem.
Surprisingly simple solution.
- Step 1: Make it smart
Our next generation wireless technology is gigabit-capable and constantly innovating to be even faster, more reliable and better able to handle everything you do on the internet.
- Step 2: Make it simple
The plan includes everything you need to get connected to the internet, and nothing else, because everything you want is already online.
- Step 3: Make it affordable
You should pay a fair price for internet, period. No sneaky promotions, fake prices, extra hardware costs or long-term contracts.
- Step 4: Make it helpful
We make decisions by asking if it’s something we’d appreciate as a customer. If it’s not, we don’t do it.
Designed to be different from the ground up. Way up.
Starry is different from other internet providers because our industry-leading technology lets us do everything differently. Since we beam internet through the sky as fast as fiber, we don’t have to tear up the streets to get it to you. That keeps us more cost-efficient, so we can invest more in your experience while still keeping the plan affordable.
If you’re changing the game, you need the right players
People need the internet. It brings us together, helps us learn and connect and do more than any other invention in the history of the world.
Our founding team, led by Chet Kanojia and Joe Lipowski, believe in the power of the internet to change lives, to drive social change, to make the world markedly, measurably better. At the same time, they saw a need for a low-cost, easily deployable technology around the country and around the world.
That’s why they started Starry.
We’re fundamentally rethinking the internet business, from how it’s delivered to what you should expect from your customer service, to make sure more people in more places have access to high-speed, reliable internet than ever before.
Chet Kanojia, CEO