[SASAG] Towerstream

Steve Stroh steve at stevestroh.net
Mon Aug 25 21:05:03 PDT 2008

I've followed Towerstream on a national basis for years now as a
writer specializing in Broadband Wireless Internet Access (which I'm
not doing much of any more).

Towerstream uses licensed, licensed-lite, and license-exempt spectrum
depending on the situation and requirements of the customer.

Generally, they're good and reliable. They don't lock you into service
contracts - you pay month to month.

The higher bandwidth (and more you pay) the more dedicated the
connected / spectrum / radios. They're pretty open and up front about
their technology - if you ask.

One of the best things about their service is if you need higher
bandwidth, within the tiers, they can upgrade you with a reprogramming
of the radio - takes a few minutes to change and reboot, then you're
running faster.

One downside; from what I've heard, there aren't any (or very few)
in-person salesfolk. The vast majority of their sales are run from a
boilerroom somewhere on the East Coast.


Steve Stroh

On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 11:28, Eric Kahklen <eric at kahklen.com> wrote:
> Group,
> I just got a sales call from a person at Towerstream who provides wireless
> data services and wondered if anyone has heard of them good or bad?
>  www.towerstream.com
> Thanks,
> Eric
> --
> Eric Kahklen
> Mountlake Terrace, WA
> 206-595-2934
> www.kahklen.com
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