Fort Wayne, IN
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Re: Schools too?
said by kontos:Both universities I went too had a technology fee that paid for internet, computer rooms, software, etc. I'd have to look around to see about my kids elementary school fee statement, but I thought I saw a similar fee there.
Umm. I was focusing on the word SUBSCRIBERS. That would be an odd thing to call the teachers/students/staff at a school or university.
The city wouldn't be providing the internet access. They would only be providing the means to shuffle bits around. It would be up to the co-op ISP to connect one end to the house, and another end to some upstream ISP. Think what telcos call dry loops.
In your first scenario, I think the argument could be that the co-op could be called a subscriber (with re-sale rights) and run into problems.
Mullica Hill, NJ
Slip fiber into road reconstruction efforts, if one is already digging the place up whats an extra hole really.
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