A Refreshing Alternative!

(618) 997-7494

 
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Need something fast and reliable? We have a high-speed broadband connection with local and friendly tech support. Let us show you how we can better meet your internet needs.

Coverage Areas

Carterville, Crainville, Corinth, Creal Springs,

Deering, Devils Kitchen, Freeman Spur,

Galatia, Goreville, Herrin, Jordan’s Fort,

Johnston City, Karnak, Lake of Egypt, Logan,

Marion, Metropolis, Mulkeytown, Orient,

Pittsburg, Thompsonville, Vienna,

West Frankfort, Zeigler

 
 

Mission Statement

For Southern Illinois Wireless Internet (4SIWI) is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) located in Marion, IL. The goal of 4SIWI is to bring high-speed internet to rural areas that are currently underserved or not served at all. Technology is changing quickly, making it more difficult for people to keep up without a high-speed connection.

Family Owned Business

4SIWI is locally owned by Isaac Uban (Network Operations Manager), Ceci Uban (General Manager), Ralph Perry, and Karen Uban.  All are Southern Illinois natives who care very much about our area and the people who live here.  Operating out of Marion, IL since 2007, our goal is to provide friendly and accessible customer service and technical support.

In fact, our customer service is so important to us that you’ll talk to a real person when you call during office hours.  We’re a one-stop shop for all your networking and internet needs, so why go anywhere else?

 
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Keeping Up With Technology

Communication is the backbone in enhancing current business, bringing in new industry, helping families keep in touch with the evolving world around them, and keeping both businesses and homes moving ahead with the future.

 

Excellent customer service and tech support. We live in a VERY difficult area to get service due to the Shawnee Forest but Ceci, Richard, and the rest of the staff have worked hard to find a solution for us. I would recommend them to anyone needing rural internet service.

— Jim G.