UK service can start allowing shared network connections July 25: Onerous UK regulations are eased after the latest WRC regulatory confab, and 2.4 GHz is now license-free in the UK. This means that MyZones can offer its shared-network service much like Speakeasy Network's NetShare. A 512 Kbps DSL connection costs about £35 (US$57).
The program sounds rather flexible, although all the details quoted in the article aren't yet on their Web site. They want to turn individuals and shops into hot spots and mini-ISPs. Forget mesh -- let's have micro-ISP-cells.