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Santa brings Sail to Plant 51 just in time for the Holidays

Posted December 21, 2017 by Sail Internet

December 21, 2017

SAN JOSE, CA   Located in downtown San Jose, Plant 51 is a condominium community with historical ties to its surroundings as its location was once a Del Monte food processing plant. Like many other communities in San Jose, Plant 51 had limited high speed internet options resulting in the normal frustrations that a lot of internet customers experience today.

“I was frustrated with my existing provider’s customer service, their forced long-term contracts, their price changes and slow internet.”
—G.A., Plant 51 resident

As more professionals requiring reliable high speed internet at home moved into Plant 51, it became apparent that existing high speed internet options were unacceptable. Plant 51 reached out to Sail Internet and within one week from approval, Sail enabled Plant 51 with high speed internet and the first customer had been installed.

Today, Plant 51 residents are enjoying all of the benefits of high speed internet with no contracts, no data caps and no rate hike anxiety.

A great internet experience is not only about the speeds, but the quality of service and customer support.  As we expand our network into downtown San Jose, Sail Internet is bringing the ‘Service’ back into Internet Service Provider for communities, homes and businesses in the Silicon Valley. If you are living in downtown San Jose and unhappy with your current internet options, help bring Sail to your building.


About Sail Internet

Founded in 2015, Sail Internet offers customers a solution to the slow internet and expensive television packages offered by cable and phone companies. Sail delivers high-speed internet through dedicated wireless antennas directly to homes and small to medium-sized businesses. Sail was founded by experts and innovators from the internet access industry, led by Kevin Fisher, PhD, Stanford University and formerly Engineering VP at 2Wire and Ikanos and George Ginis, PhD, also from Stanford and ASSIA.



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