So this is basically like 2g service for a cell phone, only over wifi. This is a cool idea, this would give everyone a chance to have interwebs all over town.
yeah so everyone who cant afford 4G isnt left out.
The important part of this article: "The Super Wi-Fi / TVWS rollout will provide ... the bandwidth needed for video security surveillance."
Welcome to 1984, North Carolina.
I guess this is great for a lot of people that can't get intarwebs any other way! There are still millions of people on AOL dialup alone, so I'm sure there's a huge demand for this.
I was stuck on dial-up for years when I lived in an out of the way place in the mountains. It sucked big time.
When I finally moved to where a Cable connection was available, it was a little like hatching from an egg.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
I still remember having SegaNet way back in 2001 when I was in college. I played Phantasy Star Online on the Dreamcast with it. It was awesome! I can't even imagine having to use dialup now. I guess you'd be able to get by with using the mobile versions of websites.
This sounds awesome for tablet users that don't have a 3g/4g connection.
What difference does it make if the service is going to provide bandwidth for video surveillance. They are going to be providing a service for their community and we are already recorded on video surveillance hundreds of times a day as it is... so whats a few more.
omegadraco:What difference does it make if the service is going to provide bandwidth for video surveillance.
If I thought that I was going to be in an area that had a lot of video survailence, I'd invest in some 'very colorful' printed T-Shirts. If they're gonna be watching me, they're gonna see what I want them to,...........
Great news for North Carolina. Hopefully, this commercial launch will be a stepping stone for other launches across the states.
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