Rapid Link Wireless Broadband Internet

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Wireless Residential DSL

$20 (First 6 Months) $40 thereafter
$ 0

384kb – 1500kb

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WebforMix launches Broadband Wimax Service in Oregon

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Premium

$40
$ 350

1000kb – 2000kb

Premium II

$60
$350

2000kb – 4000kb

Premium III

$80
$?

3000kb – 6000kb


Oregon: Alfalfa, OR, Bend,OR, Crooked River Ranch, OR, Culver, OR, Juniper Acres, OR, Madras, OR, Metolius, OR, Powell Butte, OR, Prineville, OR, Redmond, OR, Sisters, OR, Terrebonne, OR, 3 Rivers, OR

Why the Sprint and Clearwire deal matters to me:

Recently Sprint and Clearwire announced their on again off again relationship was on again: http://www.clearwire.com/transaction/pressreleases/050708.pdf

No usually large scale deals between companies bears little significance to everyones day to day life. But not this deal, not this time. Sprint’s and Clearwire’s agreement puts them in the drivers seat to possibly launch the largest broadband wireless internet provider in the nation using state of the art WiMax technology. This technology backed by industry heavyweights like Intel, Microsoft and Sprint have pitted the otherwise small Nextel/Sprint clearly in a let’s push our advantage against the larger incumbents including AT&T and Verizon.

If you look at Clearwire.com you can get an idea of the competition we are looking at for the Broadband Internet, Phone and even cable duopolies currently operating in much of the Country. Not to mention the literally millions of people left in the Internet dark ages from their homes due to cost and lack of availability of inexpensive broadband.

What does this mean to you and to me? Well it means more opportunity, more availability and better communication and information for all. It means rural customers won’t be left in the lurch depending on dial up when you offer up an informative video, pdf or other online documentation of your product and service. Did you want to see that horse I had for sale, oh a brochure, sure just send it to me in the mail. A few days or a week later when it comes, does the customer even want to see your horse now?

There are innovations and opportunities afforded by a new universal broadband that were inconceivable before the proliferation of the Internet age, but now that Google and Microsoft are two of the largest profit based US companies even outstripping GM, Ford and many other previous stalwarts.

In the short term Sprint and Clearwire (Clearwire Wireless) plans to launch Broadband Wireless using Wimax technology throughout the United States in Select markets.

“Sprint, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House Networks will enter into wholesale agreements with the new Clearwire, becoming 4G providers of new Clearwire’s mobile WiMAX service.”
from the Press release – what does that mean? It means you can expect expanded service offerings from Comcast, Time Warner and Bright House to rebrand Clearwire’s service into homes throughout the country.

Since this deal doesn’t cement until the 4th quarter this year roll outs are only scheduled in a few select markets

But keep tabs on Clearwire, they have more Wireless Broadband Access than any other current provider and this step looks to have them leap frog over the competition. Well at least until Verizon and AT&T roll out LTE (Long Term Evolution)

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Gonzo Access Wireless Broadband

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Mach

$45
$ 100

400kb – 600kb

Warp

$60
$100

850kb – 1200kb

Gonzo

$60
$100

1500kb – 2000kb


Colorado: Crested Butte, CO

Connected Nation Estimates Nationwide Broadband Adoption Could Pump 134 Billion Dollars into the Economy

Now I know why all my friends in Kentucky don’t visit my site! 🙂 http://www.connectkentucky.org This great site allows Kentucky residents to plot and find there local broadband provider. It has great tools and a feature set to allow quite a range of searches to be performed!

If you live in Kentucky and you don’t find a provider here! 🙂 Then head on over and get he latest information directly online!

This Connect Kentucky project has spurred a national organization that is seeking to spur broadband roll outs and adoption througout the country. They just released a startling report indicating the American economy could be losing out on 134 Billion dollars annually by a mild uptake in broadband adoption. In fact the report states:

“Connected Nation provides convincing evidence that the benefits of broadband adoption
spill over to society as a whole,” said Dr. Robert D. Atkinson, president of the Information
Technology & Innovation Foundation. “Moreover, the report rightly concludes that public
policies to spur broadband are critical to ensure the best possible broadband future for the
United States.”

This in-depth analysis and study of programs from around the country reiterate the importance of providing and fostering broadband internet growth beyond the telcos and cable companies to all of Rural and unreached America.

If you want to read the report for yourself head on over to: Connect Nation In-Depth Broadband Report If you are interested in checking out what Connect America is doing you can visit them at www.connectednation.com

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