Choose ResTech Services and Start Saving on Your Internet Today!
ResTech Services offers symmetric high-speed Internet service to select rental and condo communities in the Madison area. Working exclusively with multi-resident properties allows us to keep our prices low, and we pass those savings on to our customers.
Our contract-free, net-neutral Internet service is locally monitored, all day and all night, all week long. All you pay is a flat service fee.. There is no equipment to lease, no required contract, and no confusing teaser rates.
Pricing and Speed availability varies depending on the set up of your property, and comes in 2 pricing sets, Right of Entry (ROE) and Bulk Service. Choose the selection that best fits your location to learn more about what is available.
Why Choose ResTech?
Cancel or change your service at any time. We’ll even prorate the charges
No Installation fees.
We don’t charge to get you started.
No monthly equipment fees.
The cost of service is the cost of service.
No hidden fees.
What you see is what you get.
No term limits on special pricing.
Save for the entire duration of your service.
Traffic is traffic. We don’t throttle services that use your bandwidth to the fullest.
Local Staff and a Central Location.
That means decreased wait times for resolutions and no calls to who knows where.
Internet Service FAQ
ResTech Services is available at my building, but not listed on your order page...
Your community is likely set up as a Bulk Managed Property, meaning they sell service directly to their residents. In order to set up service, visit or contact your property’s management office.
Some of the services shown are not listed on the order page for my property...
Due to the technical limitations at the time we established services at your building, some of our higher speeds may not yet be available. That said, we are working to upgrade as many of our service locations to our top rates as is economically viable, both to increase our offerings, as well as reliability gained by new technologies.
We urge you to contact us with your interest, as this helps us to decipher which locations would make a viable candidate for our next upgrade.
What is Bandwidth?
Generally speaking, bandwidth is the maximum rate at which you can download data from the internet to your computer.
Think about bandwidth like a hose. Imagine you need to fill a 100-gallon tank. If your hose can only give out only 5 gallons per minute, you’ll be waiting 20 minutes to fill the tank, while a hose that gives a gallon of water every second will fill the tank in less than 2 minutes.
Similarly, the larger the bandwidth, the more data you can pull down in a given time.
Bandwidth is measured in bits per second. Note that bits are different than bytes, which are the common measure of file size. One byte equals 8 bits, so 1 megabyte (MB) equals 8 megabits.
If you have a 1 megabit-per-second connection, a 1MB file will take eight seconds to download.
On a 1 Mbps connection, an MP3 file, which might measure about 6MB, will take about 48 seconds to download. A 5 gigabyte, or 5,000MB, movie will take about 11 hours.
What internet speed (how much bandwidth) do I need?
|If you want …||You’ll need about…|
|General web surfing, email, social media||1 Mbps|
|Online gaming*||1-3 Mbps|
|Video conferencing**||1-4 Mbps|
|Standard-definition video streaming||3-4 Mbps|
|High-definition video streaming||5-8 Mbps|
|Frequent large file downloading||50 Mbps and up|
|*A connection with low latency, the time it takes your computer to talk to the game server, is more important than bandwidth for gaming.|
|**You’ll want at least a 1 Mbps upload speed for quality video conferencing.|