Carriers Looking to Block Free Wireless Broadband?

10 thoughts on “Carriers Looking to Block Free Wireless Broadband?”

  1. It would be nice to be able to access my email and other things, and not have to be near a hotspot, or pay a phone carrier to access the Internet. but I could see why this would be a problem for isps they would lose alot of people who just use the Internet for web surfing and checking email. Why pay when you can get it for free.

  2. @ mike, thanks for the link and i couldn’t agree more. these guys fear one thing: competition especially one which needs some innovation. again, i saw a statement from M2Z about how the so called problems can be fixed. trying to get an official company statement.

  3. Amen to the telecomm giants fearing competition. I was a Manager of Data Communications for two to three years at a Fortune 500 company. It was extremely frustrating to deal with the telecomm contracts and carriers to try to resolve billing issues or concerns. Their corporate processes and policies seem to be geared to squeeze every last cent from corporations and consumers, while minimizing costs.

  4. Amen to the telecomm giants fearing competition. I was a Manager of Data Communications for two to three years at a Fortune 500 company. It was extremely frustrating to deal with the telecomm contracts and carriers to try to resolve billing issues or concerns. Their corporate processes and policies seem to be geared to squeeze every last cent from corporations and consumers, while minimizing costs.

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