Why is Wi-Max in these mountains?

Why is Wi-Max in these mountains?

There are 4 comments on the Tomahawk Online story from Apr 21, 2008, titled Why is Wi-Max in these mountains?. In it, Tomahawk Online reports that:

“It is exciting to see persons who have never had more than dial-up service experience high-speed service for the first time.”

Wi-Max is a brand new technology that is manufactured by Intel Corporation. It makes wireless internet and telephone service possible for not just some, but most consumers in the rugged, mountainous, and ... via Tomahawk Online

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transman

Greenville, SC

#1 May 1, 2008
where can you read the rest of the story?

Since: Jul 07

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#2 May 1, 2008
transman wrote:
where can you read the rest of the story?
Go to tomahawk online there's a link near top of page to the story.If ya'd clean them glasses you would have seen it.LOL

Since: Jul 07

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#3 May 1, 2008
transman wrote:
where can you read the rest of the story?
But for some reason it reads like a commercial for HCO,lol.
idk who i am

Johnson City, TN

#4 Sep 9, 2012
What

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