Business 2.0: City Telecom, a Hong Kong company that offers 100 megabits per second–65 times as fast as a typical DSL connection–for just $25 a month, with no phone or cable strings attached. Ricky Wong, founder and chief executive of City Telecom, describes his company as “a broadband utility.” Read On…
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City Telecom spends $130 to wire a new dwelling–roughly half the cost of a DSL or cable-based hookup Why not Wi-Max, FONero or Tropos ?
Patil, none of those wireless alternatives provide 100 Mbps.