King Street Wireless: Helping Communities Connect

King Street Wireless, L.P. provides internet access and high-speed 4G LTE service* on its spectrum across the USA. Based in Alexandria, Virginia, King Street Wireless is committed to providing internet to rural communities not served by mainstream carriers.

*LTE service is offered in conjunction with its partner, U.S. Cellular.

Welcome to King Street Wireless

King Street Wireless (KSW), a Virginia-based leader in wireless communications, has partnered with U.S. Cellular to deliver high-speed 4G LTE service to their customers. Together they provide high-speed 4G LTE and 4G-enabled devices to customers in over 100 markets.

A top-ten holder of 700 MHz wireless spectrum, KSW serves large parts of the U.S., including New England, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, South and Pacific Northwest regions. KSW provides fixed wireless service, working closely with equipment manufacturers to create reliable systems around the country, including in rural areas.

Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, King Street Wireless is a recognized leader in its community through its economic development and philanthropic efforts.

Press Releases

2023 has been quite an eventful year for our core network. Having received 12 month “end-of-life” notice for our Ericson Evolved Packet Core (EPC) system, we decided to evaluate the feasibility of deploying a software-based EPC with the objective of increasing cost efficiencies and meeting our technical and operational requirements. Over five software-based EPC suppliers were evaluated, and Star Solutions International Inc. was awarded the contract for King Street Wireless’s next generation EPC. The new EPC should provide over 75% cost savings (when compared to Ericsson) over a 5-year projected Total Cost of Ownership, and provide our operational staff increased capabilities for managing the Core. King Street Wireless successfully deployed the new Star Solutions Core and migrated over 205 Ericsson based radio sites by December 19 - just in time before the support for the Ericsson EPC expired.