FCC Announces All Of Puerto Rico To Have Access To High-Speed Broadband Service

Shane Ronan shane at ronan-online.com
Mon Nov 2 18:08:43 UTC 2020

I would guess the dollar numbers represent the amount that they are
receiving in incentives and not the total cost of construction.


On Mon, Nov 2, 2020 at 11:58 AM Brandon Svec <bsvec at teamonesolutions.com>

> Maybe it *is* for wireless. That would be more likely with those numbers,
> but still quite unbelievable.
> My company does low voltage cabling. We charge more than $100 per drop to
> provide CAT6 in a newly constructed office building. It would be impossible
> to provide wires to 1.2 million locations across PR for $100/each.
> Brandon
> On Nov 2, 2020, at 8:51 AM, Shane Ronan <shane at ronan-online.com> wrote:
> Seems you could do something with Wireless much easier,
> guaranteeing access to speed of +/- 300mbits by using the CBAND spectrum
> that is coming available. Why run wires to the home at all?
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