[RndTbl] rural internet access
itschaotic at gmail.com
Fri Nov 19 21:54:55 CST 2010
Wow, that's not exactly a ringing endorsement for Xplornet. Thanks for the
nod on that.
I have had some good encounters on the reserve so I'll shake that tree and
see what falls out. Thanks.
On 19 November 2010 17:37, Colin Stanners <colin at ninja.ca> wrote:
> Also, I had spoken with a technician from Roseau River FN who said they
> had a 120ft tower. From what I can see you may be near them on the map.
> I'm afraid they may be using wifi-based equipment but it may be an option.
> For their service, see http://www.rrafn.com/internet.html .
> On 11/19/2010 5:28 PM, Ian wrote:
>> Thanks Jeff, but I see no advantage. The tower in St. Malo which would be
>> closest to me is over eleven miles away and
>> less advantageous topographically. The Greenridge Wiband tower is much
>> closer and I've got 25' over them which helps my line of sight. I'm a
>> long way from line of sight access to the St. Malo tower.
>> On 19 November 2010 15:27, Jeff<jeff at 204productions.com> wrote:
>>> These guys have a tower in your general area
>>> Hi all.
>>>> What's the best value in rural service? I'm just north of the US
>>>> miles, off highway #59. There is wifi service all around me, but not
>>>> me without at least a 60' tower. I'm looking at Explornet satellite
>>>> and really don't like their contract. Are there smarter options?
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