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Granite’s wireless solution encompasses multi-carrier connectivity, a diverse range of LTE routers, end-to-end management services, logistical support, and a robust cloud-based portal for remote oversight, reporting, and troubleshooting. It operates on a no CapEx model, making it a financially advantageous option for businesses.

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Modern Networking Without Wires

Granite’s LTE routers from reputable brands, such as Cradlepoint, offer a complete package of services, from staging and kitting to logistics, installation, and ongoing support.

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How Your Business Can Benefit

Granite offers flexible data plans from 250MB to 200GB, enabling businesses to choose cost-effective options that match their specific data needs.

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Still Have Questions?


With Granite, you can say goodbye to the hassle of dealing with multiple vendors and complicated billing processes.

We offer a seamless and streamlined experience, providing you with a 360-degree view of your services across North America and One Bill for your complete business solution.

This consolidated approach saves you time, money, and eliminates the frustration of managing multiple accounts.

Granite knows no bounds. In addition to Service Consolidation, Granite prioritizes Technology Innovation to bring new and unique solutions to our industry.

From unmatched wireline to wireless connectivity options, most trusted WAN and LAN solutions, and the tools and expertise, partnering with Granite puts our customers in the best position to succeed with their business goals.

We are award-winning partners with Cradlepoint. Our services are a blend of T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and AT&T.

The common deployment scenarios include:

  • Failover Use Cases (see below)
  • Backup network access
  • Only pay for utilized data
  • Compliments / by-passes wireline
  • Optional standby live Carrier SIM
  • Non-Failover Use Cases (see below)
  • Primary network access
  • Quickly turn-up new sites
  • Scalable throughput: LTE and LTE-A
  • Relocate with persistent connectivity


A wireless router is a device that acts as the central hub for a wireless network.

It combines the functions of a traditional wired router with those of a wireless access point, enabling multiple devices to connect and communicate within a network without the need for physical cables.

Wireless routers offer reliable and secure connectivity and ensure extensive coverage, making it an ideal solution for businesses operating in remote or underserved areas, and fixed, temporary, or pop-up locations.

Find general best practices below:

  1. Check the Network Coverage: Make sure that your device is within range of the LTE/5G network coverage. Check your network provider’s coverage map to verify that you are in a covered area.
  2. Check the SIM Card: Ensure that your device has an active SIM card that is correctly inserted. Verify that the SIM card is compatible with your device and the network provider’s LTE/5G network.
  3. Check Network Settings: Ensure that your device is properly configured for LTE/5G connectivity. Go to your device’s settings and verify that LTE/5G is enabled.
  4. Restart the Device: Restart your device to refresh its settings and resolve any network connectivity issues.
  5. Reset Network Settings: Reset your device’s network settings to default to remove any possible configuration errors. Go to your device’s settings and select “Reset Network Settings”.
  6. Check for Updates: Check for any software updates available for your device and network provider. Software updates can often resolve connectivity issues.
  7. Check for Interference: Other wireless devices, electronic devices, or physical obstructions can cause interference and disrupt network connectivity. Move away from these obstructions or turn off other devices to improve network connectivity.