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freehe
freehe
6/28/2019 2:34:01 PM
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Hot spot
I am not sure if I want hot spots to be connected to a dog collar or shared rides. Companies should offer options for customers to do not want products and services with hotspots that appear on dog collars or shared rides.

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freehe
freehe
6/28/2019 2:33:21 PM
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Helium
This is amazing. There are always alternatives to any process. Helium providing further connections that Wi-Fi is amazing.

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DonBrowne
DonBrowne
6/26/2019 8:35:43 AM
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Re: P2P Wifi
And Helium's technology seems to be very promising as noted it " taps open source LongFi to connect IoT up to 200-times further than WiFi." That would seem more than adequate for current IoT useage That will be interesting to watch what application work the best.

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JohnDrake
JohnDrake
6/17/2019 2:20:03 PM
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At least
At least Vodafone can fix their problems. Some companies never do, or just make the problems worse, and they go on and on, using up the invested money until they just sell out at a discount.

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michelle
michelle
6/15/2019 4:47:24 PM
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P2P Wifi
I hadn't read about peer to peer wireless before. This is an interesting service for sure. Austin seems like a good place to launch such a search.

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