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Need Internet? Of course you do. Here are your options for the best price and best product.

Part of the experience of living off campus – aside from the absence of pesky party-hating RA’s – is the necessity to buy every-day services that you may have taken for granted up to this point in your life. One of those often-forgotten things is finding an Internet connection for your apartment. has a great deals going on now that provides an internet connection for your apartment if you live in downtown State College. Here’s a list of buildings that GetWireless covers.

These properties include all GN Associates buildings, AW and Son’s properties, The Meridian, Calder Commons, and many Associated Realty (ARPM) properties. Service is also available in all NDC properties buildings.

If you sign up before May 25, this Friday, you get two free months of service, free modem rental, and — if you pay up front — an additional $2/off per month. Rates start as low as $23.29 a month, with no setup fee. The complete list of services can be found here. If you just need internet for the summer you can get a great summer plan for just $99 for the whole summer. Service plans have no bandwidth CAPS like some other providers.

*Disclaimer: is associated with Lazerpro Digital Media, the publisher of Onward State.

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