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Best 4g broadband deal in Seattle?

4g Wireless broadband in Seattle: I'm considering replacing my Qwest DSL with 4g wireless broadband. (A cable modem solution isn't available in my building.) Also, I think I'd be purchasing the home modem version of the plan upon which I decide. I have plenty of mobile internet with my iPhone. Fast enough to stream netflix is my benchmark. It seems like Sprint is the best deal. What say you? Thanks!
posted by letstrythis on Nov 5, 2010 - 6 answers

All sorts of WiFi connectivity issues. I think it's my router.

After 4 months of smooth sailing, my WiFi has started acting up and (first temperamental page loading; then lock icon disappears when connecting to my secure network; now work computer won't connect at all). Is it my ISP, router, computer, or something else? [more inside]
posted by aquanet on Feb 9, 2010 - 3 answers

Several ISPs enter the ring, only one leaves...

What is the best ISP in Vancouver, Canada? [more inside]
posted by vernondalhart on Apr 20, 2008 - 17 answers

Wifi in Tenerife?

Wireless broadband in Tenerife: My boss is heading to Tenerife on Saturday and "wants broadband on his laptop". Are there any off-the-shelf providers on the island that will provide a plug and play device for him? He's staying in an apartment complex with no wifi.
posted by ReiToei on Sep 26, 2007 - 5 answers

Has anyone here used Earthlink's Feather WiFi service?

Has anyone here used Earthlink's Feather WiFi service? Especially in Philadelphia? [more inside]
posted by ootsocsid on Aug 31, 2007 - 5 answers

WI$P Revenue

Where can I find information about WISP revenue? [more inside]
posted by Packy_1962 on Feb 5, 2007 - 1 answer

Rural Broadband

Someone I know is moving to a tiny rural town in Southern Oregon, which has a population of about 700 people and no broadband. The nearest broadband is in Roseburg, located 17 miles away.

The property they will be on has a hill, which might make it possible to use some kind of tranceiver on an antenna and establish a connection with someone over in Roseburg -- either Qwest, the local phone service, or the Douglas FastNet, which is interested in bringing broadband to rural Oregon. Alternately, there are satellite services, such as Starband or DirecWay which does this kind of thing too.

Do any of you have any thoughts on the best (or most cost-effective) solution available for broadband in such a situation? Also, we are interested in knowing how to go about creating a wireless network / coop / small ISP that would service the local region. Any ideas on how to get the bandwidth, what kind of equipment we'd want to use, how to wire the town, and how to reduce latency?
posted by insomnia_lj on Aug 1, 2004 - 2 answers

Secure WiFi from 1 miles away?

Wifi networking question. My brother lives 1 mile away, nearly direct line of sight as I am up on a hill. I can get DSL, but his house cannot. Is there a cheap-ish way to get hi-speed into my house and create a secure wifi network to span to his house as well? (MI)
posted by BrodieShadeTree on Jun 24, 2004 - 12 answers

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