OnGo delivers high-performance LTE services for all aspects of Education.

In the classroom, teachers and students can rely on fast wireless connectivity for a true connected education experience.

Administrators can tap into a secure LTE network for digital record keeping and staff management.  At Universities, OnGo can provide high-speed wireless services throughout the campus and in the dorms, providing a differentiator to help keep and attract the best faculty and students.

“For education campuses, OnGo translates to cut costs and improved bottom lines, and ultimately, this uncompromised connectivity will facilitate higher customer satisfaction and stronger reviews that won’t compromise business reputation.”

Joel LindholmBusiness Working Group Chair

How does OnGo make a difference?

From small primary and secondary education campuses to large universities, teachers and students need a wireless connectivity solution that is fast, reliable and secure. OnGo delivers high-performance LTE services in the classroom, in administrative offices, and in the dorms for a school experience that is both productive and fun.

WHITE PAPER

OnGo: New Shared Spectrum Enables Flexible Indoor and Outdoor Mobile Solutions and New Business Models

Previously unavailable Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is enabling new levels of connectivity. Read this white paper to learn what the possibilities are for your business.

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