Bel Air Internet Spins Off New Temporary Internet Division, BAI Live

Meteoric rise in demand leads the company to spin off a new division exclusively devoted to temporary Internet and streaming services Bel Air Internet, a full-scale communications provider based in Los Angeles, announced yesterday the launch of BAI Live, a spin-off division that focuses on delivering temporary Internet, managed Wi-Fi and streaming services for concerts, […]

Bel Air Internet First to Roll Out Guaranteed Symmetrical Internet Speeds

Company Introduces Media-grade Internet to its Residential Customers LOS ANGELES, March 9, 2016 – Bel Air Internet, a Southern California-based Internet Service Provider, announced Monday that it will become the first company to deliver guaranteed symmetrical upload and download speeds to their residential customers, up to 100Mbps x 100Mbps guaranteed. The move comes as the boutique firm […]

Bel Air Internet Provides Pop Up Temporary Internet for South LA Youth at Hackathon

Bel Air Internet Provides Pop Up Temporary Internet for South LA Youth at Hackathon LOS ANGELES, Dec. 16, 2015 — Bel Air Internet, a California-based communications provider, donated their Pop Up Temporary Internet to the Hustle N’ Code Hackathon at the Slauson Community Center in South Los Angeles this weekend. The event, which encouraged inner-city […]

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Bel Air Internet Lands Spot on Coveted Inc. 5000 List

Just a handful of telecom companies in America made it LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21, 2015  — Southern California-based communications provider Bel Air Internet has earned a spot on the newly released 2015 Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fasted growing private companies. Bel Air Internet, which provides high-speed wireless Internet, television and […]

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Los Angeles Times Interview with President of Bel Air Internet, Terry Koosed

Dark fiber may help light up competition in broadband market By DAVID LAZARUS, Contact Reporter Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES, January 19, 2015  — The problem with cutting the pay-TV cord is that you still need a high-speed Internet connection. No surprise, then, that the big telecom companies are jacking up fees for broadband access. But […]