Receive new posts as email.
This site operates as an independent editorial operation. Advertising, sponsorships, and other non-editorial materials represent the opinions and messages of their respective origins, and not of the site operator or JiWire, Inc.
Entire site and all contents except otherwise noted © Copyright 2001-2006 by Glenn Fleishman. Some images ©2006 Jupiterimages Corporation. All rights reserved. Please contact us for reprint rights. Linking is, of course, free and encouraged.
NextWeb is most often the wireless ISP I point to when looking for an example of a WISP that has been successful, even in the harshest of markets: NextWeb is profitable, serves 2,000 customers, and offers services in 175 cities in California, including San Francisco with its notoriously noisy radio environment. The new offerings range from $159 for a service that bursts to 6 Mbps to dedicated connections ranging in speed from 512 Kbps to 9 Mbps. NextWeb also touts its ability to turn on new customers in three to seven days, which is usually far faster than broadband connections are provisioned from the telcos.
Posted by nancyg at March 8, 2005 5:52 PM
TrackBack URL for this entry: