There is a lot of talk about "Next Generation Access", this will come to the big towns eventually but probably never to the rural outreaches. Kijoma is a "NOW Generation" provider, we do provide high speeds and we include the rural and last 10% that are otherwise forgotten.
Our technology is capable of providing 50Mbps services already and the only reason we do not have these Tariffs generally is down to capacity and cost. In order to provide the higher speeds, we need to buy far more capacity from our vendors. The Broadband market is very competitive and we believe Kijoma is the only Fixed Wireless provider to have mainstream, comparable service pricing, despite our small size and despite our complete lack of external funding to date. We do not want to increase prices to cover the higher speeds and as we are entirely self funded we also do not want to overstretch.
If the Government and Councils stop blindly following the "Next Generation" promises and instead focus some energy on the "NOW Generation" solutions then those of you who need 40 Mbps would be able to have it. No phone line cable length issues, no mere 5 Mbps (which is where fibre "super fast" starts) and no divide. Remember - with Kijoma you can have 16 and 24 Mbps NOW. (subject to coverage)
All Kijoma customers are capable of the speed they sign up to. There is no "0.1 to 8 Mbps and pay the same price" type scale you get with ADSL and no interference from machinery or foreign radio stations in the evening etc..