Startup Wants To Offer Free Nationwide Wireless

Startup company M2Z Networks plans to offer free wireless access with speeds at 384 Kbps across the U.S. once it secures a license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). For higher speeds, users will have to pay a fee, five percent of which will go the government, according to the firm’s application to FCC. To access the ad-supported free service, customers will have to buy an inexpensive receiving device. M2Z expects to begin the service two years after it gets the FCC authorization.
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