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Standard User NationsurfUK
(newbie) Wed 19-Jan-11 21:10:20
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Not Spots in Somerset


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We want to know if there is any not spots or slow spots that adsl just wont cover.

We're developing a wifi product that will be capable of upto 20Mbps however rurally 2Mbps should be achived. including the phone feature known with a normal landline, without the need for a landline.

Nationsurf Broadband
www.nationsurf.co.uk
Standard User BatBoy
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 19-Jan-11 21:51:12
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Re: Not Spots in Somerset


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Small point Chris. If you are a company, it's unwise to describe yourself as a non-trading individual.
Domain name:
nationsurf.co.uk

Registrant:
chris lancaster

Registrant type:
UK Individual

Registrant's address:
The registrant is a non-trading individual who has opted to have their
address omitted from the WHOIS service.




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Standard User somerset
(committed) Wed 19-Jan-11 22:57:12
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We're a small, independant internet service provider with over 7 years of experience.

Domain name:
nationsurf.co.uk

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Registered on: 24-Nov-2010


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Standard User Sandgrounder
(knowledge is power) Wed 19-Jan-11 23:01:59
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Re: Not Spots in Somerset


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Also unwise to post spam here. frown



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Standard User somerset
(committed) Wed 19-Jan-11 23:02:27
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Re: Not Spots in Somerset


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In reply to a post by NationsurfUK:
We want to know if there are any not spots or slow spots that ADSL just won't cover.

We're developing a wifi product that will be capable of up to 20Mbps however rurally 2Mbps should be achieved. including the phone feature known with a normal landline, without the need for a landline.


Please explain.

ps - helps to get the spelling and punctuation correct!
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 20-Jan-11 02:15:32
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Re: Not Spots in Somerset


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If going to copy/paste chunks from another website/firm it is best to change things like the country too.

Opinions are fine, but attempts at self publicity are not welcome.

Andrew Ferguson, andrew@thinkbroadband.com
www.thinkbroadband.com - formerly known as ADSLguide.org.uk
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Standard User NationsurfUK
(newbie) Thu 20-Jan-11 02:31:31
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Re: Not Spots in Somerset


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Hi Somerset, and others.

A partner has set this up in order to solely communicate with others in a non-marketing manner however has made some obvious mistakes which is poor.

This is the 3rd post, hope there is no more.

I've been working within the web hosting industry since 1999 and have introduced a small yet profitable wireless broadband supplier in Somerset.

We developing a resellable product that traders or communitity broadband groups can buy or hire and provide a landline and adsl replacement service. This is in the early stages and will be a not-for-profit product.

Telephone is via VoIP with connectivity via multiple 54Ghz wireless zones linked to our broadband packages (20/21CN or LLU) all fully managed. Coverage is not large but directional and repeater equipment do offer benefits.

Our customer base is mainly non-spots or non-BT customers by choice however is working and scalable.

We're simply after feedback for scalability.

Regards
Chris

Nationsurf Broadband
Standard User NationsurfUK
(newbie) Sat 22-Jan-11 00:09:41
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Also no self publicity indended. Simply feedback, if this product works, it may benefit others.
No profit, just a step by step guide or package that can be setup and provide that gap, rural, social or finaical.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sat 22-Jan-11 11:31:36
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54GHZ is pretty exotic, at a guess you are talking about WiMAX and if a small company can do it properly, i.e. is NOT using it to link a number of customers to a single ADSL line, but linking them to fibre backhaul then there may be interest.

Back in 2003 lots of small wi-fi and other wireless set-ups tried, but the solutions never scaled beyond serving their own needs in general.

Andrew Ferguson, andrew@thinkbroadband.com
www.thinkbroadband.com - formerly known as ADSLguide.org.uk
The author of the above post is a thinkbroadband staff member. It may not constitute an official statement on behalf of thinkbroadband.
Standard User 5km
(knowledge is power) Sat 22-Jan-11 17:42:38
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I can only assume you meant 5.4Ghz (Band B).

Really if you are indeed a WISP you should be using 5.8Ghz (Band C) with roof mounted directional CPE's.

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