Your Internet Service Providers in Smyrna, Delaware
1222 Old Ocean City Rd., Salisbury, MD 21804
Technology To Make Your Life Better.
Fast, Affordable High-Speed Internet provider based in Salisbury, MD
Bloosurf is a local internet service provider in Smyrna, DE that offers high-speed wireless internet access to home and business users at a very affordable price.
Bloosurf designs, deploys, and operates hybrid networks (fiber optic and wireless) and provides IP services to residential and business customers in the Mid-Atlantic region.
To help empower households and businesses to unleash their potential through technology and fast internet connectivity.
What Sets Us Apart
Bloosurf is dedicated to bringing internet connectivity to all of Delmarva. We are continuously expanding our service by adding new towers and using cutting-edge technology, in partnership with the local government.
Aside from being an internet service provider in Smyrna, DE, we also offer phone, internet and VoIP unlimited calling at a very low price. Our flat-rate pricing means you’ll never be charged hidden fees or hit with data restrictions – simply pick the plan which works best for your needs.
We believe that in the era of information, no one should be left behind. With Bloosurf technology, we bridge communities and reduce the digital divide by bringing better fiber-optic lines to customers’ homes and businesses.
Bundle your internet and phone and SAVE!
Bundling will save you money, and allow you to get the most out of our products. Get the Best of both worlds, with high speed internet and VoIP phone services! Combining our 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.
Find out if we service your area
We service much of the following counties.
About Smyrna, DE
Smyrna is a small city located in Central Delaware, 5 miles inland from Delaware Bay. Originally called Duck Creek Cross Roads, it was a shipping center along Duck Creek and was the most important port between Wilmington and Lewes. Ships of grain, lumber, tanbark and other produce pass through to points north. When the shipping industry collapsed in the 1850s, the town remained an agricultural center.
Although Smyrna still has this small-town vibe, more stores and fast-food restaurants are continuously populating the area.