It may not be the best deal, but if you’re looking to take a peek at the internet for $10, you can.
Omaha-based internet provider Snap has been selling its service to consumers in Omaha for about two years.
The price of the service is $2 per month, but users can also opt for a 30-day free trial.
For more than a year, Snap has had its customers paying $3.99 a month for the service.
The company is now looking to expand the service to a third market in the state of Nebraska.
In February, Snap announced that it was acquiring a majority stake in an Omaha-area internet company, Omaha-Sears Point, for $4.7 million.
Snap says it plans to expand to Omaha by the end of the year.
In the past, Snap said it had about 200,000 subscribers in Omaha.