there is a clear need to have even no faster fixed connection
at home - for remote control of your appliances, like video
or air-conditioner. but ADSL or FTTH are cheaper than any
narrow-band Internet that I know, at about USD 20/month flat.
though the coverage is very poor now, I think fixed broadband
plus a WLAN option (for $20 + $15) will be the fashion 2003.
>Curt Sampson wrote:
> > I was just pointing out that if
> > someone has 64 Kbps wireless Internet access, you can expect that they
> > won't also have 64 Kbps wired Internet access as well, becuase there's
> > simply no need.
>I agree, somebody with 64k wireless access probably has ADSL or fibre
>at work & at home.
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