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WiSpire praised in national media
Posted on Thursday 12 July 2012
An article in today's Telegraph has praised WiSpire, "the wireless internet service provider using church spires to beam its broadband network across rural Norfolk."
"From the top of All Saints church in the village of Salhouse, Norfolk, it’s striking how many other church towers can be seen, rising up from nearby villages. They are the tallest man-made objects for some distance and they could be the key to delivering decent broadband speeds to rural Norfolk.
WiSpire, a wireless internet service provider (WISP) backed by the Diocese of Norwich, is putting transmitters and receivers on top of Norfolk churches and using them to beam broadband signals across the county."