British fixed wireless broadband operator, Mesh Broadband is off the air, and that puts citizens of rural Bedfordshire County without high speed access. The company has ceased operations for now. Bedfordshire on Broadband was jump started by funding through the County Council by the East of England Development Agency. Bedfordshire county officials issued a statement “that it had no information regarding the reasons for the company’s failure.” The future of current customers is not certain as yet. The Register says that Mesh had pulled the plug on its Cambridge wireless broadband network in December 2004.
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