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Are you that special person who - weary from trudging the endless superhighways - just longs to camp next to a glorious oasis of the mind? Do you desire to explore new frontiers, splash in shared ideas, fill your belly with the refreshing fruits of inspiration, and bask in the gentle rays of fond reflection?

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

$200 per month

BOAB has good news and bad news about Kevnet.

The good news is that with the new system installed, we may be able to pay our bills faster than any nation in the world, with our household money being transferred to providers at anything up to the speed of light (at least, up until it reaches the switches, when anything could happen with it).

The bad news is that for it to be financially viable, the bill for the basic package will need to be $200 per month - $70 per month just to repay the debt.

BOAB follows up with more - the British thought about doing the same thing, but it's uneconomic. And if they can't get the numbers to work on their overcrowded geek-heavy islet, imagine how the economics are going to work here.

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