The Wireless Mesh Movement is Making The Internet Affordable

Apr 21, 2017

One of the MetaMesh routers made in Pittsburgh.
Credit Jon Kalish for WBGO

For many Americans a broadband connection to the internet is an essential necessity of 21st Century life. And yet there are some who can't afford it. A small town in Vermont is the latest in a series of efforts to organize a wireless network that offers high-speed internet access at a price that low-income people can afford. WBGO's Jon Kalish reports on the wireless mesh movement.

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