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Local vendors who provide fast broadband for a fee

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I had to push 9 GB of AVI files to an overseas contractor, but ran into trouble because my ADSL circuit has slow upload speeds that average 0.7Mb/s. Are there commercial establishments in metropolitan areas with kick-ass broadband that will let you use it on an hourly basis for a fee? (I'm based in the Denver metro area.)
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Aaron Tomosky earned 330 total points
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Drive by the convention center, if they are not busy they have a nice pipe. Just connect to the wifi and pay whatever the rate is. Usually it's daily.
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Interesting suggestion. Thanks!
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