How MotionRay Improves Big Telecom

Anton Shmakov

Anton Shmakov

Anton Shmakov

Jan 12, 2023

Jan 12, 2023

Jan 12, 2023

Big Telecom companies have held the largest market share of Internet services for a while now, but that’s about to change. MotionRay is on a mission to deliver an equitable Internet to everyone in the world — starting with its connection aggregation solution called MR•NET.

More specifically, MR•NET is a network-as-a-service solution that bonds multiple ISPs together to provide the best and cheapest Internet connection possible. By aggregating connectivity, MR•NET offers improved service over Big Telecom companies when it comes to reliability, affordability, flexibility, and simplicity. That’s why MotionRay is a next-generation Internet solution and the future of connectivity. 

Here’s how MR•NET stacks up against the typical Big Telecom Internet provider.


Big Telecom providers typically offer Internet service for particular regions, but it’s not always consistent. For example, an ISP might be the only option in a certain location, and there may not be enough demand in more rural areas. That means Big Telecom companies are not always incentivized to build a reliable infrastructure, yet there’s often no other alternative for customers.

MR•NET leverages every available ISP in a location — AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, local carriers, and more — to ensure consistent connectivity. This protects against network failure even in remote regions with limited broadband infrastructure.


Big Telecom companies usually lock customers into long-term contracts in part because they need to recoup the cost of broadband towers and other infrastructure. They also require customers to purchase expensive hardware just to get started.

MR•NET doesn’t require any long-term contracts or costly hardware. In fact, the solution is compatible with any hardware, so customers can connect their equipment to MR•NET and get started within minutes. 


With Big Telecom, customers are limited to the availability zones of a particular provider. As a result, there’s limited flexibility for Internet on the go because a single ISP provider might not offer coverage everywhere you want to set up a hotspot.

MR•NET works anywhere using broadband and cellular bonding. This enables a consistent Internet connection on the go because it leverages the best available carriers in any particular location. MR•NET routers include 3 LTE modems bonded together to deliver a redundant connection up to 100 Mbps.


Achieving reliability with Big Telecom is not straightforward. You usually need to implement complex and costly solutions that utilize a failover model to deliver consistent connectivity — which is anything but simple.

With MR•NET, you don’t need to understand how it all works to get the benefits of reliability and flexibility. It’s a plug-and-play solution that sits atop the existing carrier infrastructure to optimize your connectivity. That also means if a single connection goes down, you won’t even notice and can seamlessly continue what you were doing using the redundant connections.


Big Telecom providers have notoriously poor customer service because they’ve held a monopoly over the Internet for so long. That means you’ll probably struggle to get through to an agent when there’s a connectivity issue, and you need help the most.

MotionRay is a customer-centric solution that offers 24/7 personalized customer support. In addition, MR•NET is also constantly monitored so that issues are resolved before you see them. You’ll always be able to get help when you need it.

Want to learn more about MR•NET? Reach out to sign up, start a trial, or connect with a professional.

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