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More radio spectrum becoming available for innovators like netBlazr…

It was great to read that the FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced plans to open up almost 200 megahertz of unlicensed radio spectrum in the 5 GHz bands.  This will increase by almost 1/3 the amount of spectrum that netBlazr has available to provide service to our growing base of customers in Boston’s Back Bay, South End, Beacon Hill, …

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Letter to Massachusetts Congressmen about wireless spectrum and internet policy

Dear Congressmen Capuano and Markey: Congratulations on your recent re-election to the United States Congress. As a small business owner living and operating in your district, I look forward to working with you on issues that will benefit your constituents. My company, netBlazr, provides fixed wireless broadband services to residences and businesses in and around …

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How to Weigh the Pros and Cons of Cutting the Cord

Is cutting the cord with cable a wise choice for you? Apartment Therapy tackles the topic with first hand advise, tips, and suggestions. “Dropping ESPN may afford you tickets to go see the game live a time or two instead. ” Check out the article here: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/cut-the-cable-bill-tonight-we-help-you-decide-if-you-can-do-it-174709  

Comcast Price Hike Once Again

netBlazr celebrates 2013 by thanking our many loyal customers. Comcast celebrates by increasing their own bottom line. Karl Bode at Broadband reports is helping to expose the games, tricks, and schemes the big-guys like Comcast are playing. Check out his article on the most recent price increase happening at Comcast. http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Comcast-Informing-Broadband-Users-of-Price-Hikes-122578    

netBlazr Expands Broadband Network Throughout Newmarket

netBlazr now delivers broadband service to the Massachusetts Wholesale Food Terminal (MWFT) in Newmarket Square. The terminal consists of 18 businesses processing foods such as beef, nuts, seafood and fresh produce.  A third of those businesses have connected already, and others will connect in early 2013. Built in the 1950s the Newmarket area has had …

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