Sharing Your Wireless on Purpose

I belong to a local email list about Linux. A while back there was a question going around about ISPs. One user posted a note about a DSL company that not only allows servers, but has a method to share your wireless network with your neighbors. They call it Netshare. You set a rate for your neighbors to get online via a wireless hub connected to DSL. Speakeasy bills your neighbors. Speakeasy cuts your DSL bill. You are the local admin for your neighbors, setting up the wireless on their computers.

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