XOHM: Really an Alternative? - How Does XOHM Work?
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Technically-minded, or just insatiably curious? Whatever your reasons, you may wish to delve a little deeper into this strange-sounding XOHM business. Find out why, and how, XOHM works using the XOHM site itself (diagram pictured below).
Through overlapping areas of coverage, XOHM strives to blanket an entire service area -- a design which is meant to eliminate dead spots so that anyone can access the Internet at any time.
Does this sound good? Sprint offers an easy process for those who want to take full advantage of everything XOHM has to offer.
Get XOHM for Yourself
The XOHM site offers a fairly quick and simple process for those who want to start receiving XOHM services. Follow Sprint’s four steps, and start experiencing a high-speed mobile world as defined by XOHM.
Because XOHM is available only in a relatively small coverage area, many would-be users are left out of range and out in the cold. However, Sprint is working every day to extend the network and bring XOHM into more and more homes (and everywhere else you might use the Internet). Keep checking your area to see where you stand, coverage-wise.
Really, an Alternative?
Is XOHM really an alternative to existing wireless services? Could this new invention from Sprint revolutionize the mobile Internet? If XOHM truly offers unlimited access, incredibly high speeds and a wide, pretty reliable coverage area, XOHM could blow the Internet competition out of the virtual waters…but only if it’s available to users on a nationwide level.
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