FAQs

Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions. If you don’t find your question here give us a call at: (417)344-4277. We’ll be more than happy to help!

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How many employees will I need?

Franchisees will need 1-2 employees. This includes one customer service representative who will also book installation appointments and one installer. You as an owner can certainly take on one of these positions yourself, but we recommend you have at least one additional employee to help you launch your new company. Family members and friends make great startup employees!

Do I need to have an office to own a franchise?

You do not need an office to own a Patriot Broadband location. In fact, this franchise is a perfect home-based business.

How is my protected territory established?

During initial purchase and training we will establish a protected territory with each franchisee based on several factors including population, location, franchisee preference and existing fiber optic networks.

Do I need to have a technical background to own a Patriot Broadband franchise?

The short answer is no! While interest in internet and technology will help you grow your business, franchisees do not need any prior experience or technical background to open a Patriot Broadband location. Our training program and continued support ensure franchisees have all the support they need to succeed.

What type of training and support are offered to franchisees?

Franchisees take part in an intensive, one-week training program with the Patriot team. Market analysis, infrastructure development, transmitter placement and more will be discussed, and support will always be just a phone call away once the training is complete.

Additionally, franchisees will be trained to use our customer on-boarding operating system. The system includes a customer portal and handles all customer service inquiries, invoicing, payment collection and account viewing. The program also schedules appointments, and coordinates installation with a GPS-optimized location planner.

This operating system makes running a Patriot Broadband franchise simple for you and provides customers with an easy way to get in touch.

How much does it cost?

Total startup costs range from $47,950 to $68,100, which includes the franchise fee ($29,900).

How does the Patriot Broadband franchise work?

Franchisees have the ability to tap into an existing fiber optic network, and then transmit internet using radio waves from transmitters placed on small towers. A one-week training program prepares franchisees to meet the needs of their customers – and includes support to analyze the target market, develop infrastructure, select the best locations for transmitter placement, and more.

What is Patriot Broadband?

Patriot Broadband is America’s only wireless internet service provider franchise company and has a mission to bring reliable, fast and secure internet connections to rural and remote communities. Using advanced fiber optics and radio wave frequency, a strong and fast signal is delivered to customers through a Wi-Fi router. Founded by US Air Force veteran Rodney Ballance, Jr., Patriot Broadband offers franchisees an investment opportunity that will also be an investment in their community.


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Patriot Broadband is a franchise opportunity like no other and the very first Wireless Internet Service Provider Franchise company. Franchisees can look forward to a strong network of support. We will hold your hand every step of the way. In the last few years we have learned how to deliver the very best customer service. And we have experience tackling any challenge you are faced with as you set up your own Patriot franchise. We’re proud to be a best in class offering and franchisees can be confident they have an experienced operations team to rely on.

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Operating a Patriot Broadband Franchise is simple. We give franchisees the ability to tap into large existing fiber optic networks, so they can transmit internet using radio waves from transmitters placed on small towers. Customers benefit from better speed than the competition without bogus and misleading data limits. Best of all customers aren’t locked into a contract, and this is the way internet service should be!