This may be true for you and your community, but where
I live, where lots
of people can't get stable modem connections, and can't connect faster than
say 14.4K, there are people screaming for alternatives. We have lots of
wireless "home" customers for lots and lots of different reasons, and most
of them are not in the geek category. Our community is extremely low
density population pockets, and delivering wireless over extremely diverse
topography presents extreme challenges, and in many cases the up to $20K
installation costs are offputting to the customer.
Problem: If you can't get better then 14.4k connections, how are you going to
internet feed your wireless POP?
Telecom does not install frame connections on poor copper due to QOS SLA's.
That is where the 20k install cost comes from. (Which I guess you are well
Though given all of the costs involved, do you actually make money supplying
home users in low density population areas?