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  • About Steve Stroh

    In 1996, I was fascinated to discover that providing Internet Access via license-exempt wireless technologies was not only possible, but being done routinely by a small band of pioneering Internet Service Providers.

    By mid-1997, I was writing professionally about Broadband Wireless Internet Access (BWIA) as a monthly columnist in Boardwatch Magazine.

    In 2000, I began writing about BWIA full time in my own blogs, for numerous other publications, and my own subscription newsletter.

    From 2008 - 2015, I took a hiatus from writing about BWIA, but my interest in BWIA did not wane. From 2016 - 2020 I worked to resume writing full time.

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    The Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) News Blog is a publication of Zero Retries.

    The WISP News Blog provides brief mentions of selected developments in the Wireless industry relating to Broadband Internet Access via fixed wireless technology, and related fields, technologies, and industries.

    Significant developments are often discussed in depth in the WISP News Newsletter. The WISP News Blog also features previews of the WISP News Newsletter - subscription information here.

    The WISP News Newsletter focuses on the news, developments, technologies, business models, etc. that are of specific interest to the WISP industry.

    A separate Zero Retries publication - BWIA News Newsletter (and Blog) covers the "bigger picture" of Broadband Wireless Internet Access (BWIA) news, developments, technologies, business models, etc. that are generally outside the scope of the WISP industry.

    Coverage of the WISP industry in the WISP News Newsletter draws deeply on Steve Stroh's nearly two decades of involvement and writing about the WISP industry.

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February 26, 2007


 Liz Neal

Maybe you should check with Keyon customers before you print an article. Most everyone I know hates Microlnk which was purchased by Speednet which is owned by Keyon. It has been a nightmare, especailly the past 9 months. My husband is disabled and I have attempted to try and do some work from home. Most of the time the service was unavailable. It takes hours to get help. Tech support people don't show up and when they do, the problem is the same next week I have lost clients and several thousand dollars because of them. They took two months premium out of my account in June after I cancelled my service and then again took out the payment in July. I even had the sales VP for this area call to see why I was cancelling and they still took the payments out.
This is the poorest quality of any company of any type I have dealt with. How much are they paying you for your articles?

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