Open a Service Ticket or Upgrade Your Speed Plan

FOR FASTER SERVICE DURING THIS UNIQUE "COVID19 SHELTER IN PLACE SITUATION," FOR EXISTING CUSTOMERS LOOKING TO INCREASE THEIR SPEEDS, PLEASE FILL OUT THE INFORMATION BELOW

NOTE - With everyone working from home, remote learning for students and an increase in the number of users in your households, you may not be able to perform remote learning or video conferencing for students and work-at-home situations on your current rate plan. For those customers using our 5Mbps through our 15Mbps download plans (these are typical for social media, streaming music, general web browsing and a single video stream on the 15Mbps plan) we strongly recommend the following as a minimum for - Streaming movies, we recommend at least the Ultralink15 for $69.95, and for gaming, we recommend having at least the Extralink25 for $89.95. Keep in mind the more users in your house doing any one of these activities will diminish other users' capability to simultaneously do the same.

Please fill out the form below for Internet and Phone service issues OR you would like to upgrade your plan speeds. A technical support representative will be in touch with you shortly. If you have an existing open ticket you may contact support@team.nxlink.com for any additional information or follow up. Please provide your ticket number in the subject line.

During severe weather please check the Nextlink Internet home page “Network Status” for any potential outages in your area before submitting a ticket. Updates will be provided there. If the outage is clear in your area and you still have service issues please follow the steps below to power cycle your equipment. If the issue remains after power cycling, open a ticket here.

How to power cycle:

  1. Locate the POE box. This is the small box that is located where the cable comes out of the wall and goes into it, then a second cable comes out and goes to your router port 1.
  2. Remove the power cable from the POE.
  3. Remove both ethernet cables from the POE.
  4. Let it sit for 45 seconds.
  5. Add power back to the POE only. Wait 10 seconds, then re-insert the cable from the wall to the side of the POE that says POE.
  6. Wait 30 seconds, then re-insert the cable from the router.
  7. If after one minute from the time your equipment starts back up you still have no service, open a ticket by filling out the form below.



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