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A Community-Driven Approach to Wireless Internet Service
© 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved. Section I: General Overview
Epic provides wireless networks to communities. Epic began in 2002 as an Information Technology (I.T.) company servicing clients with web design, data recovery, networking, hardware upgrades and repair. In 2006, Epic restructured and began offering Wireless Network Services to communities, apartments and condo associations. Who We Are © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
Epic provides wireless internet service and wireless security services to communities. Along with internet, Epic will also offer wireless personal security cameras for remote monitoring and may offer VOiP home telephone service. What We Do © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
First, an internet source is delivered to a common area in the community (usually the clubhouse). Second, the internet source is beamed wirelessly throughout the community to several drops. Third, wireless radios are deployed around the drops creating a spider-web effect around the community which delivers internet service to each residence. How It Works © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
How It Works © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
Equipment © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
What does the customer need in order to connect? –A wireless network card (USB, Internal, PCMCIA) –Windows 2000, ME, 2003, XP, Vista or Mac OS X –In some cases a wireless repeater may be required What if I already have a wireless home network? –Our wireless modem/router is required for service and replaces your current cable modem, or DSL modem. Customer Premise Equipment © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
Our network is behind the latest version of N.A.T (Network Address Translation). This means each connection to one of our access points creates a private tunnel to the internet. Epic also utilizes a user name & password system that authenticates each subscriber with our servers. By default ALL access is blocked until a user is authorized. This means any outside traffic, or un- authorized users are blocked from the system. Security © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
Up to and including 5 Mbps download * * Speed comparisons are for downloads only and are compared to 5Mbps Cable/DSL. Actual speeds may vary and are not guaranteed. Many factors affect speed including, without limitation, the number of workstations using a single connection. Speed © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
Subscribers are entitled up to 5 e-mail accounts per subscription. You can choose from the following domains: –@epicwifi.net –@yourcommunityname.com Epic will configure E-Mail addresses for web mail access, or POP access through Outlook or Outlook Express. E-Mail © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
Subscribers who already have broadband service and are using the free AOL or MSN services may continue using such services after switching to Epic. All accounts on such service remains the same, however Epic does not support or trouble-shoot these services. AOL / MSN © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved.
Section II: Community Integration
End-User Commitments © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved. Traditionally, Epic does not require service commitments. However, if a subscriber chooses the annual or semi-annual plan, they pay for the service upfront. If they choose to cancel during that time, service will be pro-rated and credits will be given for the unused service.
Community Capital Outlay © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved. No capital outlay is required by the community for the system to be installed in order for subscribers to access the system.
Guest Access © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved. Guests of registered subscribers are allowed access to the system. They must first register on our website to verify their identity and relation to the subscriber. Up to 3 guests can be simultaneously logged on.
Pricing (Subscriber Based Model) © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved. TermAmount Monthly Breakdown Monthly$23.95 Semi-Annual$107.70$17.95 Annual$179.40$14.95
Competitor Comparison © 2008 Epic Wireless Corp. All rights reserved. * 12 MB connection is a burstible speed and only applies to downloads. Prices and speeds are based on new customer sign ups only and do not include short-term specials.
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