OT: Disaster Recovery Broadband Internet

Luke-Jr luke at dashjr.org
Tue Dec 13 13:22:24 CST 2005

On Tuesday 13 December 2005 15:00, Jeremy Fowler wrote:
> Is it available in KC? Website only shows Wichita and a bunch of other
> cities nowhere near here.

No idea where it's available... I'd expect KC, since they're headquartered 
here. If not, it should run at a slower speed.

Details from my bookmarks:
	it's actually $60/mo if you have a voice plan
	the KR1 Mobile Router is still "coming soon":

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> From: kclug-bounces at kclug.org [mailto:kclug-bounces at kclug.org]On Behalf
> Of Luke-Jr
> Sent: Monday, December 12, 2005 11:25 PM
> To: kclug at kclug.org
> Subject: Re: OT: Disaster Recovery Broadband Internet
> Might want to try Sprint's new wireless broadband stuff... some company is
> coming out with a WiFi router that supports it (via a CardBus slot) and can
> run off a car's cig lighter jack...
> $50/mo, IIRC
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