- July 04, 2011 - 13:23
Is this a joke? One community will have a provider that offers 10Mb/s for $50/mth and another community with another provider getting 1.5Mbps for $60/mth? This is certainly the creation of a Rural Divide - all over again!
- July 04, 2011 - 11:50
How amuseing this sullivan woman is..Just before an election she brings this up,,just like the chicken in every pot promise..It wasn't that long ago ,when 15 million was donated to a cable company,by her government. Rural nl saw no benefit from that.There will be more money flying around over the next few months then kelloges has cornflakes,,,Don't be sucked in
- Frank M
- July 04, 2011 - 10:32
Is there some way rural areas might access the internet via satellite link since the infrastructure cost to bring broadband to small rural areas is too great? That might be a solution?
- July 04, 2011 - 08:57
This is great, but the problem is that in alot of the currently launched areas, ISP's wont take new customers because their bandwidth has been exceeded. This is true for Aliant and Eastlink