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Re: [vox] Wireless Internet

Check out Henry Norr's article in the SF Chronicle on wireless.
There's a chance that Ricochet could come back. 



On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 04:27:13PM -0800, Patrick B. Lickiss wrote:
> Hey all, I'm pondering either getting a laptop or actually setting up
> (upgrading?) the old one I have sitting around here.  Now, given the fact
> that I work for an ambulance company, I'm very often out in vehicles
> at all hours of the day.  I pretty much split my time between the
> Sacramento area and the Bay Area as far as work goes.  I was wondering
> if anyone has or knows someone who has wireless internet.  I'm looking
> for something that has decent speed and has good coverage both in the
> Sac/Davis area and also the Bay Area.  As far as price goes, I don't
> mind buying hardware, but am hoping to get service for under $25/month.
> When I last looked into this long, long ago, Ricochet was the only game
> in town and had a time limit, over which they charged.  Anyway, thanks
> in advance for the help, I really appreciate it.  Have a good one!
Brian Lavender
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