'Cut the Cord' to Cable TV & Save an average of $75/mo.

About Us

TV antenna installation, and configuration of streaming devices

Mike Hasten founded Wonderwave Internet in 1999, and since then, we have earned our cred through installing and configuring WIFI Internet antennas on water towers, homes and rooftops.

We sold our wireless internet business in 2016, but wanted to continue to put our experience, customer service, and knowledge to use.

We have helped many of our former internet customers "cut the cable cord," and have developed an "all in one solution" designed for small businesses and ISPs. Our solution provides a Customized Channel Selection App, Installer Training and Troubleshooting, and Easy Custom Configuration of end user streaming devices. On average each customer that have cut the cord, will save an average of $100/mo.

We are located in Illinois, offer remote equipment configuration and management, and if you are interested in learning more, please contact us at 815-900-9600.

What is Cord Cutting?

If you use a cable or satellite service you have probably been treated badly. They all are the same. They will start you out at a promotional rate and before you know it you are stuck paying three times as much. Customer service is bad and it is impossible to cancel. People are starting to fight back by “cutting the cord”.

Cord cutting refers to the process of cutting expensive cable connections in order to change to a low-cost TV channel subscription through over-the-air (OT) free broadcast through antenna, or over-the-top (OTT) broadcast over the Internet.

Netflix, Hulu and Amazon  are on-demand broadcasting services that encourage cord cutting. Recently, services that provide live TV channels over the Internet have become available like SlingTV, DirecTV Now and Playstation Vue.

There is no longer any reason to be held hostage by your cable or satellite provider. Every TV channel they provide is available in other ways. The Cord Cutter can help you evaluate your options and take charge of your TV experience.