[Blabber] Working PC
guan at yang.dk
Wed Nov 16 17:10:16 EST 2011
Hopefully we'll be in a building with Fios by then.
If we want to try out Clear, we need to choose between an M and a G modem. I can't find a lot of posts about what the differences are, but I think the M looks better. Thoughts?
On Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 17:08 , Jeff McCrum wrote:
> I can think of one reason Clear might not be the best long term solution: Sprint is telling Clearwire they're not going to support devices that use their technology after 2012.
> > Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2011 16:54:29 -0500
> > From: guan at yang.dk (mailto:guan at yang.dk)
> > To: blabber at hackmanhattan.danielpacker.org (mailto:blabber at hackmanhattan.danielpacker.org); localtalent at gmail.com (mailto:localtalent at gmail.com)
> > Subject: Re: [Blabber] Working PC
> > On Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 16:47 , David Reeves wrote:
> > > I have internet here through my
> > > mobile hotspot, which works fine for now until we get DSL installed
> > > (thanks Guan!).
> > I may have spoken too soon about that.
> > The actual price for Verizon DSL that we would pay is $63 for 3 mbps (768 kbps up) or $100/month for 7 mbps. Plus $150 for installation. More than I thought.
> > I'd like to float the idea of Clear (Sprint) 4G again. It's $50/month plus $50 for the modem. Justin, you voted for cable over Clear, what about Clear vs. more expensive/slower-but-it-works DSL?
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