I use WISP ....no contract...good service at rice lake
Rogers said the same thing to me "soon"....this was in 2005.Based on the location, he is just a bit ahead of the curve. It will be suburbia hell shortly and therfore well-serviced.
They always lie. They just dangle the carrot and hope you wait for them. I was more thinking that the new subdivisions will get automatically serviced and OP's proximity to those lines might be good enough (for Bell at least).Rogers said the same thing to me "soon"....this was in 2005.
Xplornet is my only option still
Bell high speed cellular, they tie you in to a package deal for like 3 years or something :/ not that it matters because nobody else is going to go out in the woods looking to sell something better. Good for light casual use, useless for streaming video or TV because you would quickly blow over your data limit and be paying hundreds monthly. Only cool thing is highly mobile so you can take it with you anywhere you can get cell reception, like in your travel trailer, camping or whatever. Will even run on it's internal battery for a while.Trials, thats the conclusion I'm coming to... if you don't mind, could you give me a description of the package you're using, who is it with and what type of internet usage is typical for you?
Could you give me examples of the service that is terrible, can you stream, browse, e-mail, has my MotoGP package just become useless? The horror, the horror....Xplornet suck but is probably your only option we live 2 kms from Cambridge and cant get decent internet only option is xplornet and service is terrible but there is no other options.
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