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The other slap in the face is that they are turning off copper broadband in 2023. There might be an option of 4G internet, but even that is absolutely crap. I can only get 4Mbps down and 0.1Mbps up with that on my phone.
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Don't worry 5G will save us all! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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mcrossley wrote:
Wed 24 Mar 2021 5:17 pm
Don't worry 5G will save us all! :lol: :lol: :lol:
Or StarLink
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StarLink, now your talking! The Beta roll out in the US shows real promise. ~350mps in the middle of nowhere! Latency zip! $90/mos.

Terrestrial I-net has got to be watching this.

The real issue for terrestrial is “density” purely residential will never cover the costs. You need multi-family/apartments etc. Retro fitting is expensive! :bash:
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f4phlyer wrote:
Mon 19 Apr 2021 1:52 pm
StarLink, now your talking! The Beta roll out in the US shows real promise. ~350mps in the middle of nowhere! Latency zip! $90/mos.

Terrestrial I-net has got to be watching this.

The real issue for terrestrial is “density” purely residential will never cover the costs. You need multi-family/apartments etc. Retro fitting is expensive! :bash:
A friend of mine is getting 600mbps on 5G at the house on three. all for £16 a month!


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f4phlyer wrote:
Mon 19 Apr 2021 1:52 pm
StarLink, now your talking! The Beta roll out in the US shows real promise. ~350mps in the middle of nowhere! Latency zip! $90/mos.

Terrestrial I-net has got to be watching this.

The real issue for terrestrial is “density” purely residential will never cover the costs. You need multi-family/apartments etc. Retro fitting is expensive! :bash:
Sat internet is still crap even if you can get 10Gbps..

You only need some bad weather, and your internet goes down.
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