Internet en El Campo de Chile possibility?

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Internet en El Campo de Chile possibility?

Post by HybridAmbassador » Mon Mar 14, 2016 7:16 pm

Harald Haas A breakthrough new kind of wireless internet video.

Hoping this technology materialize soon enough to be put to good use there in "wi-fi-weak spot" all over outside of big city to those deprived of receiving wi-fi signals .

As seen in video via Ted.com

https://youtu.be/DvrnzEORjfk?t=36
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Re: Internet en El Campo de Chile possibility?

Post by christian jutt » Sun Jul 31, 2016 4:52 am

We just paid $247,000 for the installation and configuration of a wireless internet service. We live in the hills above Puerto Varas and ao the ethernet cabling isn't available here yet. Our monthly fee is $30,000 per month for a connection with 2mbps which I consider to be adequate (runs youtube and netflix and skype). This situation with a company called Teledata (headquarters in Puerto Varas) is MUCH superior to the service we had with Entel with a service they called "banda ancha movil" which was constantly disconnecting for hours at a time. The speed would often drop to 1 mbps and pages would sometimes refuse to load on the pc. Worst of all it had a 32 GB limit per month so we had to ration out our connectivity. It's not like california whwere we had 20 mbps download and 5 mbps upload, but I'm pretty happy.

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Re: Internet en El Campo de Chile possibility?

Post by Putenio » Mon Aug 01, 2016 8:37 pm

> We just paid $247,000 for the installation and configuration of a wireless internet service. We live in the hills above Puerto Varas and ao the ethernet cabling isn't available here yet.

Would also like to learn more. We currently use the USB modem via Movistar into a wireless system for our house, but it's not fast - ok for basics and sometimes video + Skype, but not all that reliable. It was the best we found as a rural option but are certainly up for something like 2mps if available.

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