Our Coverage Area includes parts of Eastern Washington.

At Desert Winds Wireless, we are absolutely committed to increasing our coverage areas. We currently provide service to East Kennewick, Finley, Burbank, South Pasco, Humorist, Two Rivers, Wallula and the other communities listed below.

We are also working to provide coverage in all of Franklin County, Walla Walla and Columbia Counties. If you live in one of these counties, please contact Desert Winds Wireless and we will let you know if broadband Internet wireless service is available.

Areas We Cover:

  • Arden
  • Addy
  • Chewelah
  • Colville
  • Connell
  • Eltopia
  • Kettle Falls
  • Mesa
  • Northport
  • Othello
  • Prosser
  • Ritzville
  • Wallula

Kennewick is a family friendly locale that offers unique shopping, dining, and recreational experiences.

Kennewick features an Historic Downtown that reflects the town’s origins from the early 1900s up to contemporary times.

You’ll find one-of-a-kind art galleries as well as an extensive collection of public art from many regional artists.


Pasco has experienced rapid residential growth in recent years, growing from a year 2000 population of 32,066 to a 2019 population estimate of 75,290.

Pasco is a major transportation hub and a recreation haven. It offers stunning vistas with its 15 miles of pathway overlooking the majestic Columbia River for bikers and hikers.

Pasco also has a professional golf course to enjoy nearly year-round. There is also a multipurpose outdoor stadium that offers state-of-the-art turf field and a 10-lane, all-weather running track capable of hosting state-level football and track events.

Pasco is a genuine transportation hub as it includes transportation that spans surface, air, water, and rail; all modes moving agricultural goods, dry goods, technology, and other products to near and distant corners of the globe.

Pasco is also noted for being the home of Gesa Stadium — voted one of the best minor league stadiums in the country. Gesa Stadium is affiliated with the major league baseball team, the San Diego Padres, and it opened in 1995.

Pasco has received the auspicious designation of being a finalist as an All-America City for the past two years! Most recently, Pasco won this stature as the result of its Hot Spotters mental health program, Tri-Cities Community Health’s “Let’s Prevent Diabetes/Prevengamos las Diabetes” and the Pasco School District/Columbia Basin College Food Student Support Program.

Nestled along the Columbia River, Richland is home to over 51,000 residents. Richland offers a multitude of entertainment options including music, festivals, fishing, boating, antique shops, wineries and more. Richland features a rich culture of performing arts including symphony, ballet and community theater groups.

Where the Snake River meets the Columbia, Burbank supports a population of close to 3,400 people. This rural hamlet features many popular parks.


Wallula is located on the left bank of the Columbia River. Wallula means “plenty of water” or “place of many waters” in the Nez Perce language.

In 1805 Lewis and Clark passed through this small, rural town at the beginning of their journey down the great Columbia.

During the early and middle 19th century, Wallula was occupied by fur trading posts and forts owned successively by the North West Company and the Hudson’s Bay Company.
In 1882 the Northern Pacific Railway built through the area and a railroad town called “Wallula Junction” was built one mile to the east.

A grain elevator, warehouse, and chemical company are located in Wallula.


Finley is a small farm town comprised of approximately 6,000 people. The church and the school formed the social center in Finley. Adding to the desirability of Finley is its access to a well-developed power grid, three transcontinental railroads, and abundant water for industrial purposes.

With these extensive support services in place, our customers can be assured of receiving exceptional residential wireless service from Desert Winds Wireless! Our exclusive wE Care Program is just another way we show our firm commitment to our customers’ total satisfaction.

At Desert Winds Wireless, we also offer our customers Voice Over Internet Protocol or VoIP services. VoIP is an Internet standard for providing voice (phone) services over the Internet.

The Motorola Canopy™ used by Desert Winds Wireless is tailored specifically for VoIP services. Motorola Canopy uses High Priority links and GPS timing to synchronize the network and ensure that VoIP packets are transmitted quickly. We are currently in the process of getting our own VoIP services to our customers.

Another service we provide is fiber optic technology! We have made fiber optic technology available to many of the communities we serve at Desert Winds Wireless. Our customers appreciate how fiber optic cables translate into extremely fast and reliable residential Internet service for their homes!

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