Speakeasy Launches Pre-WiMAX in Seattle

5 thoughts on “Speakeasy Launches Pre-WiMAX in Seattle”

  1. The 6Mb/s is total upstream+downstream, so if you want symmetrical, it’s the equivalent of 2 T1s.

    Interesting from the coverage map that they only seem to be providing 180 degrees of coverage.

  2. i did the math using 2 T-1 lines @ 1.5 megabits up and 1.5 megabits down – that makes it six megabits per second. most t-1 are going for about 400 a month now, though you can get a lower cost option from some clecs. i am going on the assumption you can’t get a better connection. compared with speakeasy, which is doing 6 megabits per second 3+3 or 4+2, you pay $800 (with annual contract). hopefully i explained the math cleanly enough!

  3. Interesting.

    I’ve never and would never think of bandwidth that way.

    So yes, 3 up and 3 down is two T1s.

    This is very interesting pricing in that they’re not discounting. Congrats to them.

    PS. Maybe I should’ve read the article, but there’s only so much time.

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