GeoLinks officially became a competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) in 2017. With a founding mission to bring broadband connectivity to anchor institutions across the country, GeoLinks strives to work with likeminded municipalities who share both the passion and dedication to closing the digital divide.

Since 2016, GeoLinks has focused deployment efforts on connecting rural schools and libraries throughout the state of California and beyond. In fact, GeoLinks was the largest construction grant winner for California K-12 schools and libraries in both 2016 and 2017. These efforts mirror GeoLinks’ proud sponsorship of the SHLB Coalition, whose mission is to promote government policies and programs that enable schools, libraries, health care providers, other anchor institutions and their communities to obtain open, affordable, high-speed broadband connections to the Internet


We Own Our Network From A to Z.

GeoLinks provides full turnkey construction in-house, allowing us to offer the

Fastest Installation Period In the Industry!


Our industry leading Service Level Agreement (SLA) and multi-redundant backbone ensures you always stay connected.


Our U.S. based support team is available 24/7/365 to assist with any questions you have regarding your service.


With symmetrical dedicated internet access speeds ranging from 1.5MBPS to 10GBPS, we have a solution for everyone.


• GeoLinks builds custom solar powered and wind turbine relays.

• Our 100% solar powered relay stations enforce GeoLinks’ mission of providing a green network footprint and offer more reliable power than traditional sites with no spikes surges or outages.

• Because solar relays don’t require connection to the electric grid, GeoLinks has the ability to expand into territories no other competitor can.

• To date, GeoLinks has solar sites with over 5 years of uptime.

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The GeoLinks Difference.

GEOLINKS’ GOLDEN RULE: We treat you like we want to be treated.

It’s a simple idea, yet it’s the very foundation of our business. We are friendly, knowledgeable, efficient, and here when you need us most.

WE OPERATE WITH INTEGRITY. No hidden fees, no surprise add-ons, Ever.

WE ARE REAL PEOPLE. When you call GeoLinks, you speak to a real-life IT expert.

WE ARE ENGINEERS.It is our obsession to innovate. We know how things work inside and out, and we never stop looking for ways to improve our network and technology.

Taking Action.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Appoints GeoLinks’ CEO Skyler Ditchfield to the Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee

In August of 2017, GeoLinks’ CEO, Skyler Ditchfield was appointed to the FCC’s Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee (BDAC). Ditchfield will represent GeoLinks as he serves on the BDAC’s Streamlining Federal Siting Working Group (SFSWG), 1 of 5 internal task forces operating within the overarching committee. 

The SFSWG is specifically charged with developing recommendations to improve the process of siting on federal lands and federally managed properties by:

  • Recommending standard procedures for facility siting
  • Examining and providing recommendations on how to standardize the duration of leases and easements
  • Considering whether to recommend a shot clock for the processing of applications for facilities siting on federal land by federal agencies
  • Exploring and reporting on possible methods for federal agencies to identify and report on coverage gaps and deficiencies
  • Recommending procedures for creating and maintaining a publicly accessible inventory of space that can be used to attach or install broadband infrastructure
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Skyler Ditchfield Presents Fixed Wireless as a Viable Solution to Close the Digital Divide at SHLB’s 7th Annual Convention

At SHLB’s 2017 Annual Convention, California Internet CEO Skyler Ditchfield took the stage addressing how and why California Internet’s fixed wireless technology is a viable solution when looking to close the digital divide in United States’ rural communities.

“I recognize the skepticism and wireless anxiety that people have surrounding fixed wireless technology,” stated Ditchfield. “People think that the technology is inherently flawed, when that’s just not the case. With proper engineering, it is not only possible, it’s feasible to connect rural anchor institutions, in effect, helping close our country’s digital divide.

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