Twentynine Palms, CA, July 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- High desert cities in the Morongo basin such as Joshua Tree, Twentynine Palms and Yucca Valley have a great deal to offer in the way of peace and quiet but low in Internet Access. Internet access in the valley has always been limited to satellite or dial-up for its residents. Most of the home owners can not be serviced by Cable and DSL due to the cost of servicing few people over large tracks of land.
Mojavewifi is a new company in the Morongo valley located in Joshua Tree California and owed by local resident Matt Villarreal. Fixed WIFI is not a new service to local residents, but normal download speeds have been limited to under 2 megabits. Mojavewifi recently announce available speeds of up to 12 megabits and upload speeds of up to 3 megabits.
Mr. Villarreal had this to say: "We are proud to announce that higher speeds are now available. Residents all over the Morongo Basin - including (but not limited to) Joshua Tree, Landers, Twentynine Palms, Wonder Valley, Pioneertown, Yucca Valley, even Johnson Valley can ditch dial-up and now get into the fast lane with speeds up to 12mbps. Now they can stream movies without endless buffering, enjoy the fastest rural gaming experience available, and download huge files super fast. Mojavewifi strives to make the new speeds affordable for everyone! Prices start at $25.95 per month, and usage is totally unlimited. No contracts, no caps and more waiting for pages to load." Visit www.mojavewifi.com to view their new internet packages.
Fixed WIFI is similar to a standard in home wireless. Fixed WIFI uses a special antenna similar to a cell phone to transmit and receive over long distances. You don't need cables, phone lines or satellite. WIFI is an ever advancing technology, as the technology evolves it begins reaching farther into rural homes that once were limited due to geographical location. As WIFI speeds continue to increase they are replacing traditional media products such as phones, using VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocal) and television with streaming media and downloadable movies.
Wi-Fi is rapidly becoming the facet of technology with the most room for improvement. While improvements to computers are relatively minimal, WiFi has the chance to show drastic changes in a short period of time. It is apparent that WiFi will be a force for cahnge in the very near future.