Until then, I
need to hear any more "We are going to get a 2Mbps circuit at a cost
of $5,500 per month for our no-profit wireless network".
Wow! Is data that expensive here??!?!? You can get 1mbit connections in AU
for ~$1k now.
International bandwidth is as low as $1,200 per Mbps, in "wholesale"
quantities from Tier 1 or 2 providers, which is usually 5-10 Mbps minimum.
Otherwise you pay $1,700 ~ $2,000 per Mbps for small quantity wholesale
(And oversubscribed) from a tier 3 provider.
Either way, delivery charges are on top, which at only 2mbps will be
around $1,320 per month on frame relay.
twice now from 2 totally seperate parties).
And did they get their connections?
It strikes me that some people have forgoten that it wasn't so longago that
communities build dialup ISPs to be what they have become today.
Them were the days... :-) No more....
The technology exists to give every home 10mbits per second for $10 per
Ask not what your telephone company should do for you...
...but what you can do for your broadband community!
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