That's the great part. Here's my fear, though: I worry that these spectrums,
even though they're unlicensed, will be sold or given to service providers who
will charge whatever the market will bear.
That's capitalism and isn't an entirely bad thing. But we also have an opportunity
to serve some poor rural communities and poor urban communities here (hey, we
might even find some suburbs that could use cheap or free access). I'd especially
like to see this access spread to school kids so they have the same opportunity
as Bunny and Biff in Greenwich, Conn.
Posted by Doug Barney on November 11, 2008 at 11:52 AM
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