CLEC lawfirm recommendations?
glenn at connectivity.engineer
Tue Oct 11 18:21:28 UTC 2022
The team @ Inteserra are amazing.
Reach out to TOM tforte at inteserra.com
They have some nice programs to help spread the cost out as well
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On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 11:21 AM Tim Utschig <tim at tetro.net> wrote:
> Hello NANOG'ers,
> I hope this isn't too far off-topic:
> I'm wondering, does anyone have any recommendations for a lawfirm
> that will help a newbie through the process of becoming a CLEC? I
> understand that it can take years, and am prepared for that.
> Specifically in San Jose, California.
> I'm trying to determine (by trial and error) the theoretical
> minimum cost of running a tiny neighborhood FTTH +
> very-short-range fixed-point wireless ISP for residences that
> don't have fiber for no good reason at all.
> Have gear, some funds, conflict-of-interest exception, and a
> smidge of clue. Even have the first run of fiber already pulled
> (via quickly-cancelled AT&T Dedicated Internet). Just need
> https://clec.att.com/ access and somewhere to put my gear on the
> other end of the line. I think.
> Tim Utschig <tim at tetro.net>
> 408-644-3861 (mobile)
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