Bundling will save you money and allow you to get the most out of our products and services. Get the Best of both worlds, with High-speed internet up to 1 Gigabit per second, upload and download and VoIP, voice over IP, phone services! Combining our high speed internet package with our VoIP phone services means that you will get truly unlimited internet, never data capped or throttled, and our VoIP phone services with unlimited calling to the lower 48.
All accounts include:
- Truly unlimited usage, NEVER data capped
- Up to 15 Mbps download and 2 Mbps upload
- Never throttled
- Super, local customer service
- Flat, straightforward pricing
- Stream on multiple devices simultaneously
- Unlimited local calling
- Unlimited long distance calling to the lower 48
- 911 service
- Call waiting and forwarding
- Ability to link your business phone to your cell phone
- Take your old number with you
*Installation/Equipment purchase may apply.
- up to 15Mbps/2Mbps
- Great For Businesses With Up To 3 Users
- *Price Does Not Include Taxes And Fees
- up to 25Mbps/4Mbps
- Designed For Businesses With 4-8 Users
- *Price Does Not Include Taxes And Fees
- Up To 1000Mbps
- Dedicated PtP Or Fiber Optic Connections Available
- Call For Consultation
Static IP Addresses Available
Looking for a dedicated IP address for your business? If you use video conferencing or streaming, you may need a static IP address. Don’t forget to ask about adding a static IP to your service.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have options to get speeds up to one gigabyte per second upload and download. Please call for eligibility and pricing. 1-866-319-7172
Because issues occur, Bloosurf can provide battery backups at an additional fee. Call us today to find out what models you need for your equipment.
Federal Universal Service Fund charge: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which regulates all telecommunications companies, set the Universal Service Fund up in 1997. All long distance, local telephone companies, cellular companies, paging companies and pay phone providers that provide service between states contribute a percentage of the total amount they bill to the fund. The money is used to help schools, libraries, rural health care providers and telephone companies that operate in high cost areas. The fund supports programs that provide discounted essential service. Part of the money also helps keep your local telephone service reasonably priced. It’s less costly for telephone companies to provide service in cities than it is in more remote rural areas that have small populations. The Universal Service Fund is one source that helps make it possible for telephone companies to service remote areas without having to raise everyone’s rates. The FCC sets the amount of the USF charge. The federal Universal Service Fund charge is collected and remitted to the Universal Service Fund administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company.
Regulatory cost recovery charge: Mandatory federal regulatory charges to fund FCC programs such as Local Number Portability (LNP), for keeping your current local telephone numbers when switching from one service provider to another at the same location; Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS), to help pay for relay services that transmit and translate calls for people with hearing or speech disabilities; Interstate Telecommunications Service Provider (ITSP) regulatory fees, collected to cover the regulatory costs associated with the FCC’s enforcement, policy and rulemaking, user information, and international activities; and the North American Numbering Plan Administration (NANP), a numbering plan for the public switched telecommunications networks within the United States, Canada, and participatingCaribbean countries. All telecommunications carriers and interconnected VoIP providers in the United States shall contribute to meet the costs of establishing numbering administration Regulatory cost recovery charge is collected and remitted to the FCC.
E-911 charge: The 911 Emergency Service Fee provides funding for the operation of 911 emergency telecommunications services in your area. Emergency personnel must have the capability to identify the location of a caller when they dial 911. The fee, which is applied per access line, funds communications systems that support emergency and quick response police, fire and ambulance services with identification of phone number and location. Customers pay for this service and other 911 communication costs through state and county 911 surcharges. Not all counties have the 911 system yet, but may collect for future implementation. E-911 charge is collected and remitted to the state.
Taxes: Taxes include state and local sales and use taxes and are imposed by your state government. Taxes are collected and remitted to the state. Maryland Universal Service Trust Fund: This surcharge funds the Universal Service Trust Fund (USTF) designated to underwrite the expenses associated with the operation and maintenance of Maryland Accessible Telecommunications Program (MAT) which provides specialized customer telephone equipment to qualifying disabled individuals; the NewsLine Reading Service; and the Maryland Relay Service which provides dual party relay service to participants at a comparable level of access and quality that a standard telecommunication service provides to a person without a hearing or speech disability. The Fund is administered by Telecommunications Access of Maryland under the Maryland Department of Information Technology. The surcharge for each fiscal year is determined by the Secretary of the Department of Information Technology (DoIT) and the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC).
Compliance and Administrative Cost Recovery Fee: The charge recovers Bloosurf’s costs associated with federal, state, and local filing requirements, protection of intellectual property, and more.
There are many factors that determine the cost of installation such as your location, situation, and others. Our standard installation starts at $150 but pricing may vary. To see how much your installation will cost please call us at 1-866-319-7172.
Lifeline Assistance Program Overview
Recognizing the important benefits associated with phone access and concerned that low-income households may not be able to afford phone service on their own, the government created the Lifeline Assistance program. This government benefit program is supported by the federal Universal Service Fund (USF). Since 1985, the federal Lifeline Assistance program has provided discounted phone service to low-income households that qualify based on federal or state- specific eligibility criteria.
Enrollment is available to individuals who qualify based on federal or state-specific eligibility criteria and is non-transferable. You may qualify based on household income or if you or a member of your household participates in certain public assistance programs like Medicaid, Food Stamps/SNAP or SSI. You may need to provide proof of income or proof of program participation. The Lifeline Assistance program is available for only one wireless or wireline account per household. Separate households that live at the same address are eligible, including residents of homeless shelters and nursing homes. Residents with temporary addresses are also eligible.
To apply for Lifeline service from Bloosurf LLC, please download and fill out the form and mail it, and supporting documentation, to:
1222 Old Ocean City Rd
Salisbury, MD 21804
You can use your own router as long as it has an ethernet in port. We do offer secure managed Wi-Fi where we will provide a secure router for only $10 per month. We secure the router so that you are safe from local hacking attempts.