All equipment provided by Green Light Wireless during and after the Internet installation remains the property of the company. When a new broadband Internet account is set up, the one-time Equipment and Installation fee covers the costs to bring a new customer onto our network.
We are happy to provide equipment to connect the customers to our network, but they will be collected when you end your service subscription with us. You can find the equipment collection process in the Deinstallation Section of this page.
An Internet installation might require additional equipment that is not in our standard residential broadband equipment package. The cost of each additional piece of equipment will be added to the customer’s monthly bill.
Our standard residential equipment packages include:
- (1) wireless broadband receiver/router
- (1) indoor Wi-Fi access point
- Up to 300’ of exterior Ethernet cable
- All necessary power adapters, Ethernet patch cords, etc.
Additional equipment, if needed, is billed at the following rates:
- Managed Ethernet switch – $10/month
- Additional Wi-Fi access point – $10/month
- Additional exterior Ethernet cable that runs up to 300’ – $100/each
In the event Green Light Wireless is called back to a customer site to repair, replace, reinstall, reconfigure, or redeploy devices previously deployed as part of our standard installation, the customer may be charged an amount up to the current Equipment and Installation fee.
Moving to a New Address
Moving doesn’t necessarily mean you have to say goodbye to the Green Light Wireless family.
First, double-check with us to see if your new address is within our service footprint. If it is, we’ll help move the service location and equipment from your current location to your new home!
We charge half of the current Equipment and Installation fee to set up service in your new home.
The Deinstallation Process
We know that every installation has the possibility of a deinstallation. After all, things happen and people move from time to time.
Equipment provided by Green Light Wireless during and after the Internet installation remains the property of the company. Therefore, the equipment we installed in your home will need to be collected before your account can be considered officially closed. When you’re ready to end your subscription with us, remember to schedule your deinstallation.
There’s no cost associated with the deinstallation service. However, we cannot stop your monthly automatic billing until we have collected our equipment from you. Call us at 412-228-3000 or email us at email@example.com before you move out, so we can schedule a time to deinstall the equipment.
Service Within Our Network’s Footprint
If you moved to a new home, it’s possible that the previous tenant or homeowner didn’t have Green Light Wireless broadband Internet service. With this in mind, we can’t be sure that our wireless signals would be reliable at that particular address.
Do still contact us to schedule an installation! The only way we’ll know if your address qualifies for Green Light Wireless service is to have a technician over to test the signal strength at your home. If our wireless signals at your location are below the minimum threshold, we will stop the installation knowing that we would not be able to provide high-quality service.
There is no risk to you in the event we can’t complete installation due to poor signal strength! Any fees you’ve paid before the installation will be refunded 100%, without question.
Nobody likes missing appointments, especially when that means a new customer missed out on getting reliable, high-speed Internet at that time. We charge $50 for each missed appointment to make sure our installers are available to the customers who need them. If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, that’s no problem. We ask that you give us a heads up (preferably a phone call at 412-228-3000) before your scheduled time to avoid the Missed Appointment Fee.
An Internet subscriber’s monthly payment is automatically charged to their credit card on file on the billing date. Sometimes, a monthly payment might fail to process due to errors such as an expired credit card or change to billing address. We will notify the subscriber when a payment fails to process, but if the payment is still not paid after 30 days, the subscriber will be charged a 2% overdue payment fee on their outstanding balance every month until it is paid. The overdue payment fee applies to all Green Light Wireless accounts regardless of the payment method.
Broadband for Businesses
Green Light Wireless residential service is designed to meet the needs of one residential unit only. For multi-unit installations, please see our business broadband offerings at FSA Consulting (our sibling company that handles and supports the technology needs of area businesses).