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Wireless Mesh Network Aims To Bridge Digital Divide

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A small town in Vermont is one of the latest in the U.S. to host a low-cost wireless mesh network. The mesh network has routers that create high-speed internet access at an affordable price for low-income people.

Jon Kalish (@kalishjon) reports on this new movement to offer high-speed internet to all.

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