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Why Networks Can Be Expensive
While you can set up a wireless home network with Internet access relatively cheaply, building one that spans a city costs much more. For example, New York City's Wi-Fi network is now up for sale with a retail price of $500 million. Presumably bidders will wait for the clearance sale.
Last year we wrapped up a survey of how much our members pay for their Internet access. The results may surprise you. In addition to browsing through the comments, consider posting your updates via the link provided.
Anyone who relies on personal mobile devices like smartphones or tablets sooner or later faces issues with data usage on the online network services they subscribe to. Online services normally restrict the total amount of data traffic each subscriber can generate on the network during a given time period. This data usage can quickly grow out of control if not properly managed.
A VPN - Virtual Private Network - is one solution to establishing long-distance and/or secured network connections. VPNs are normally implemented (deployed) by businesses or organizations... and you can probably guess what one of their biggest benefits is.
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