Rural community project WiSpire has beamed in wireless broadband to four more areas of Norwich.
Residents of Ashby St Mary and Barnham Broom, Bergh Apton and Loddon are now covered by the WiSpire wireless broadband footprint.
This means that residents with line of sight to any of the transmitters in these areas will be able to pick up high speeds wireless broadband in their homes, enjoy speeds of up to 8Mbps without having to worry about line rental.
As well as this, a further 12 sites are due to be added to the WiSpire network over the coming weeks.
Read Recombu Digital’s feature on WiSpire
WiSpire wireless broadband is a joint venture between local ISP Freeclix and the Diocese of Norwich. A distinguishing feature of WiSpire’s services is that wireless transmitters are installed in the towers of local churches. The relatively flat terrain of the county combined with the elevation and abundance of the parish churches makes Norwich perhaps the perfect area for rollout of wireless broadband.
WiSpire’s packages start at £13/month and installation fees for the wireless broadband antenna are £60. You can choose to spread the cost of the installation over a 12 month contract if you’d rather not pay up front.