Thursday, May 25, 2006

Startup Pitches Free, Nationwide Wireless Broadband (Article)

PC Magazine reports: "Startup M2Z Networks on May 5 submitted a request to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a license to a vacant 20-megahertz band in order to broadcast free high-speed broadband Internet across the country."

Its free 384Kbps of broadband bandwidth that is suppose to work around the country. But in order for M2Z Networks to do this, they want the FCC to grant the spectrum they need for free. And they will support themselves by displaying ads while you're surfing the Internet.
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