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I have a question about antenna wireless internet service.

Please move this question if I'm in the wrong place.

I live in Boise, Idaho and I know that there are at least 2 places around here that sell Antenna based internet access.

I can't find them.  Can you guys help me out? Antenna systems are a lot cheaper than sattelite, I've heard the antenna internet is only $40.00 a month.

Thank you,

Bob Weikel
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ok...have you talked to local ISP's? The local cable,phone,cellphone companies also?

everyone is getting into becoming ISP's and such(my local phone company is now a television provider).

I havent found much on this doing a google search your question ranks 3rd.

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