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Not personally, but have had 2-3 customers with Sprint... Seems to work "ok" though I'm not sure how it'll work if you do gaming etc...

There's also a Wireless broadband (couple of them actually...) and they seem to work alright..

Edit: Otherwise if you've got the cash, you can do this:
125 mile 802.11b WiFi requires LARGE dish at both locations and need LOS between the dishes...

hahaha.. cool

I just realized that even if I know someone with cable or ADSL within a 5km range or even further.... I couldn't use the Wok\\anttena idea . In order for me to receive the radio signal, let it be WIFI or WIMAX or any other wireless broad band signal they would need to have a radio signal modulator/amplifier... and you need a license for that type of equipment... only ISP company's have the licenses.

I could setup this HUGE ass antenna if I can't get a good broad band signal from the ISP.
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the wok method doesn't involve any amplification. You may need whoever is sending the wifi to focus the signal your way using another wok though.

You are correct about needing a license to amplify past 24.5Ghz but focusing your wifi signals doesn't change its amplification.
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