(Of these, several have achieved enough support to actually achieve their aims, though it's near-impossible to accurately count ancillary supporting Orgs.
in some of these successes.) In some cases the success was unilaterally Theirs/(Ours.)
But that aside, wondering how their rates/coverage/service compares with the mega-monopolies. While I've no current intention of adding this expense,
I do wonder how their market share is doing, over the years and--in the end--if they are sufficiently and reliably supported to ... ... survive (?)
(If I next needed a comm-tether for some period, I'd call them in a trice: they have already 'delivered services' to me which justify that
(even were their short-term fees somewhat higher than some std pure-Vulture-based option.)
Sample of a recent communique (they keep their Self-ads infrequent and unmixed-in-with the agitation material: a decided Plus from my POV.)
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