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  # 946166 5-Dec-2013 18:23
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Total annual rates on that listing is only $1,418.86


Man I am buying a house up there. I am in town on a 800m^2 section and pay more than that. I'm not even in the flash part of town!!!

I think I may take a 3G router (maybe even 4G?) and high gain access point up there and run it through a captive portal at $10/GB lol.



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  # 946230 5-Dec-2013 20:24
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^^^


I'm afraid that you'll never get UFB up there Sam.




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  # 954562 18-Dec-2013 23:27
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Looks like a Conklin to me. So it is probably out of physical or backhaul capacity.

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  # 954565 18-Dec-2013 23:29
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pjamieson: Looks like a Conklin to me. So it is probably out of physical or backhaul capacity.


I said that on the first page (to a degree heh), but yes it's a Conklin so when they finally get internet it won't be a pleasant experience.




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  # 954674 19-Dec-2013 10:13
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This kinda stuff is amazing really... I mean surely if they are that concerned about a 'good' internet connection they are all rich anyway.... So just get the whole neighborehood together put the dosh towards approaching a company like WxC or something and get something done about it. Stupidity and their idiotic idea of entitlement is amazing.

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