Read this: Getting broadband the last mile to a tiny hamlet | Ask Jack | Technology | guardian.co.uk
Summary: We are blocked from the local WiMax signal by a hill, and the 3G option is dreadfully slow and outrageously expensive for anything except checking your mail once a day. It's also risky because installing the connection is a sunk cost for the operator and there's no guarantee you'll keep paying for the service. There are also lots of more focused alternatives such as microwave towers if you have enough money or enough users. In your case, the two most likely approaches are some sort of WiMax repeater or a satellite connection. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukGetting broadband the last mile to a tin…
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