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while considering WLAN equipment and software? Here are a few resources that may help you learn more about becoming a Wi-Fi service provider:
- The Wi-Fi Alliance Wi-Fi Zone Provider Page
- Best Practices for Wireless Service Provider Roaming (WISPr)
- ISP-Planet Fixed Wireless How-To Handbook
- Boingo Hotspot Operators Partners Page
Start by deciding what kind of wireless services you want to offer. Do you want to be a Wi-Fi hotspot provider, offering wireless Internet access to subscribers that visit your location? Or do you want to be a fixed wireless service provider, using point-to-point wireless to link subscriber sites to your point-of-presence? Then you can do more homework to learn about the equipment, expertise, and business relationships that you will need to deliver that type of wireless service.
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