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Post by dean on Thu May 05, 2016 7:54 pm

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Post by dean on Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:32 am

How a group of neighbors created their own Internet service


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While CenturyLink is the main ISP on Orcas Island, a company owned by Orcas Power & Light Co-op (OPALCO) is building out a fiber network in the San Juan County islands. That company says construction will cost “$1,500 to $6,000 on average” for each home, and residents would be responsible for anything beyond the first $1,500.
DBIUA charges much less, but even its low prices “can be significant depending on your income,” Brems said. The DBIUA customers include "lots of retired people and people living off the land. We had to convince people we knew what we were doing,” he said.

StarTouch installing a microwave link at the water tower.

DBIUA

DBIUA spent about $25,000 in total to build the network, and an anonymous resident provided the money in a 3-year, interest-free loan. Residents paid $150 to become members of the DBIUA and $75 a month for Internet service, which goes toward paying down the loan. The monthly fees also cover the $900 a month DBIUA pays StarTouch for bandwidth.


DBIUA needed 25 customers to pay the bills and stay afloat. At 50 now, the organization is paying the loan off a bit more quickly. Sutton hopes to lower the monthly price residents pay after the loan is paid off.
“We’re not making any money here, we’re just covering our costs,” Sutton said. Besides residents, DBIUA also provides Internet access to the water plant and the Doe Bay Resort. The water plant uses very little bandwidth, and the resort also has a fiber connection to OPALCO, he said. (DBIUA talked to OPALCO about purchasing fiber backhaul, but was unable to get wholesale rates, making it more economical to go with StarTouch, Sutton said.)

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Re: Satellite and area wifi repeaters

Post by dean on Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:31 am

ventana view wrote:Satellite internet is available from La Paz.  Equipment plus wiring:  
$800.00 dlls // Monthly fee: $50.00 dlls for 2.7 megs down/512kbps up. Unlimited usage
$100.00 dlls for 5 megs down / 512 kbps up //
$500.00 dlls for 30 megs down/ 30 megs up //
Contact Martin Sandoval at: baja.sammtech   at   gmail.com
Explanation: 1 Kbps (kilobits-per-second) = 1,000 bits per second and 1 Mbps (megabits-per-second) = 1,000,000 bits per second. A lowercase "b" in Kbps means bits, while an uppercase "B" means bytes. There are eight bits in a byte. For comparison, most people here are on the minimum Telmex subscription (1 Mbps) so the minimum offering above is nearly 3 times faster.

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Post by dean on Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:31 am

http://www.satelitedelnorte.com.mx/



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Satellite and area wifi repeaters

Post by dean on Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:28 am

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