Between supply chain disruptions and the rising price of goods, the increased costs of fiber deployment could be pushed onto consumers.
'The only way to get that density is to get fiber out there. That allows you to get more subs with your wireless.'
Hurdles WISPs face include defining reliable service, regulatory burdens, and financial requirements, experts say.
'Everyone says, ‘Oh, there’s going to be a workforce shortage,’ but no one is really focusing on it.'
Many WISPs are no longer merely "wireless" internet service providers, but offer fiber-optics in a hybrid solution.
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