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How is a WISP different than Cable?

How is a WISP different than Cable?

Traditional cable broadband service via your TV provider is only available if the provider has already dug trenches and buried wires to your home or business. And for most, cable broadband also means you are pressured into purchasing a contract “bundle” of phone and TV services to get their best prices.

Availability of cable broadband has no bearing on whether you can get Internet access from a WISP. Once a tower is broadcasting, wireless broadband is available to just about everyone for miles in every direction. A local wireless internet service provider provides competitive speeds and excellent customer service, often at lower prices. Plus, the added value of never having to deal with "big cable" again.

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