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I’ve made some headway with a local fixed wireless internet provider, 123Net (http://www.123.net). This is not the same type of wireless service as cellular wireless (Verizon/AT&T/Sprint) or satellite. Read More »

The rural internet user may ask, “why do I want cable or DSL service over satellite or 3G wireless?” The short answer is, compared to service like cable broadband, satellite and wireless are ten times slower, have a data cap 10 times lower and cost twice as much. Read More »

Broadband 101 is meant to be a “gentle introduction to broadband” for the non-technical reader. In this third chapter, I’ll talk about the sometimes severe usage limits that are placed on broadband users by service providers.

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