2 thoughts on “Kansas City builds GigE Network”

  1. If they had that in my town, I’m sure there would be a way to come up with $160/m, but only if it was actually transmitting at least 20 mbps on a regular basis.

  2. Pricing doesn’t seem that bad. $35 for 5 meg is competitive with cable, and it’s even full speed downstream.

    The interesting thing here is that North KC was just about the last suburb where Time Warner launched cable modem service. They city had been demanding it for a long time, and TWC was dragging its feet. As soon as the city started working on its network TWC soon flipped the switch on cable modem service.

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