If you’re really out here on some Boss-ish, got $ to burn, flush down the toilet? Then yes, you are mod def ready for Sat-Fi pricing!
While schools, and classrooms do have internet access they do not however have WiFi. The FCC’s E-rate program is proposing to get over 10 million students online in 2015. This project is costly coming in at $1 billion and would modernize E-rates broadband distribution rules. Some are skeptical about weather students would use computer labs more or if the program will just keep kids connected in classrooms and on their phones.
I have like 2 Hotspot, My clear for work, cause it works great there and is unlimited, and a Verizon MiFi for trying to catch a signal every where else. BUT if I had a Sat-Fi, that could get a signal ANYWHERE in the world, sign me up!!
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to improve Wi-Fi service on airplanes by establishing a new mobile broadband network. The Commission wants to use satellite spectrum to communicate with airplanes which would then improve internet service in the sky.
Boingo announced this week, it will now accept iTunes payments for Wi-Fi subscriptions. It new Wi-Finder App allows in-app sign up using iTunes account.
New York City’s MTA announced that starting around 11:00 AM tomorrow, 30 select subway stations will have WiFi and cellphone service underground. Some of the 30 stations are between west 18th to 96th st and included the Time Square area.