Country Nomad Blog — rural internet

What NOT to Do in the Rural Areas


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Planning a visit to rural areas is exciting and stressful in equal measure. The prospect of meeting a new culture and staying away from the busy and loud urban life is thrilling. However, you are equally laid back by the kind of things you can do and cannot do. The possibility of having a poor Internet connection can also frighten you. Here is a look at the don'ts of those moving to rural places. #1: Go slow on revealing clothes Clothing in rural areas is one of the most challenging things to figure out. Whereas you might have been used...

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Where Will Rural Internet Be 5 Years from Now?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Rural Internet connection remains mostly underdeveloped compared to urban areas. The underdevelopment is attributed to the fact that residents in these regions are sparsely distributed. Therefore, most ISPs have little economic motivation to invest in the region. As a result, rural dwellers are continuously exposed to slow Internet connections. But things have been changing for the better in recent times. The entry of players such as the Nomad Internet has redefined the approach to rural high-speed Internet. Where will rural Internet be in the next five years? To understand this, you must first comprehend the current state of affairs. Rural...

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The Next Big Thing in Unlimited Internet


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

The Internet of Things (IoT) is, without doubt, the next big thing in unlimited Internet. The technology is already here with us, and it heavily relies on uncapped Internet deals. Please keep reading to find out how it is set to change the world and why you need access to no data cap Internet. Talks about the Internet of Things often revolve around consumer space and associated luxury assets. The devices are meant to make life more comfortable through the automation and streamlining of everyday tasks. Similarly, businesses view IoT as an opportunity to harmonize their operations. The massive data...

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Will Unthrottled Internet Ever Rule the World?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Internet throttling seems to be a common practice amongst ISPs. No matter how many promises they make on paper, this seems like a vice that most are not ready to let go. A common trick that ISPs implement is to let you enjoy the connectivity for the first few days or weeks following the installation. Whereas you had access to rural high-speed Internet in the early days, things quickly change after a short while. You begin noticing that your Netflix videos buffer and may not even access some sites. That is when you know you are a victim of the...

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Rural Internet: Expectations vs. Reality


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

More often than not, people make assumptions about rural Internet without having visited the remote areas or having any supportive facts. Many of these assumptions have negatively informed many of those planning to relocate. Here is a look at the expectations and the reality of rural Internet. Many people in rural areas don't care about Internet speeds. The majority of people still have an old age assumption about rural areas regarding Internet connectivity. Most consider this as a place for retirement. Hence, they expect that it has shallow Internet usage and the need for fast-speed Internet connectivity. However, as a...

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