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[Discuss] Low Cost Internet?

Thank you for all the great responses!  Does anyone know if a DSL
service like requires that you also have
voice service?  Is it possible to have DSL without any telephone
service in the home?


On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 2:36 AM, Tom Metro <tmetro+blu at> wrote:
> Shirley M?rquez D?lcey wrote:
>> FreedomPop is using the Clearwire network, as is the new incarnation of
>> NetZero, so comments about Clear coverage will also apply to them.
> My understanding is that FreedomPop is/was using Clearwire's network,
> but will be using Sprint's network:
>   FreedomPop's high speed wireless internet service runs on Clearwire's
>   4G WiMax network. The service will expand to include Sprint's 4G LTE
>   network in 2013.
> In some parts of the country this roll-out has already happened. For
> example, last week's "Before You Buy" ( had a brief review of
> FreedomPop's portable hotspot and service, which they claimed was
> operating on Sprints network there in California.
> I checked there site a few months ago and the coverage suggested they
> weren't using Sprint's network in the Boston area at that time. This may
> have since changed.
>  -Tom
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