January 7, 2019 6:23 pm Published by

Have you ever tried to save a buck and it ended up costing you $10? We’re located a few miles out of town in rural Kansas where there is no access to fiber cable. We beam our internet connection from town and, in an effort to save a few dollars, decided to purchase radios that were cheaper than what was recommended. Shortly after installation, we realized that the radios we purchased were cheaper for a reason and we realized that we will end up spending more money on support / troubleshooting, than if we would have just purchased the more expensive, recommended radios.

Why things cost more…

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