Another point that's worth raising is if you (as an ISP/WISP/whatever) get
into the "value-added" services game yourself (and we all realize that the
business of just selling big dumb pipes is coming to an end)

Here's a question for the "Net Neutral" people -- if I'm a service provider,
and I decide to roll out my own VoIP (or someother service, be it virus
filtering, spam blocking, etc...) service and give it "preferential"
treatment on my network (and market it as a premium supported product), this
I believe puts me in violation of Net Neutrality...correct?


Technology Architects 

-----Original Message-----
Behalf Of George Rogato
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 1:21 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Save the Internet (Net Neutrality)

Peter R. wrote:

> Isn't there a clause in your AUP about total usage in a month? How 
> about 30 days notice to affect a price change?

I don't have a bit cap in place. I serve a more mature residential 
market place. I do have some cam customers and a few heavy users. The 
way I look at my customers is I let them go as fast as they need and as 
fast as I can get them to go. and I don't charge any more or less. Usage is
not currently a problem. The issue we all face is pricing 
competition from DSL and Cable. Cherry picking is out of the question 
when your in a rural small town city. So if a wisp doesn't serve resi 
subs in that market place chances are they won't exist. And if a wisp 
can't keep up with speed and services for a competitive price he won't 
survive either.

Most of my subs go 3 to 4 megs and some are now seeing 10-12 megs. I have
some video's that I watch from home and I watch the bandwidth 
usage as I'm watching it.

We are also involved in a video on demand venture.

Here is some of our video:


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