This is sort of a weird question and I am guessing that when I figure out who to ask they will think that it is strange. At the moment I am living at two different addresses in North Carolina, as I am in business management and my boss has temporarily given me authorities over different aspects of his business interests. It is a long story, but in essence the man has some personal problems which have seeped in his business. I have been at this website, www.clearwirelessinternetdeals.com, trying to figure out my options because wireless really fits me a lot better than just having internet at a single static address. It appears from the map of their 4G internet coverage that Clear Wireless has good coverage in all of the areas where I am frequently found.
At the moment I have cable internet and TV at my house near Lake Brandt, which is in the Summerfield area North of Greensboro, North Carolina. Specifically my house is within a stone’s throw of the city line, so I may as well be in Greensboro. I have a tiny apartment in the Raleigh Chapel Hill area, but it is just a place where I sleep to be honest. I have not had time to have anything turned on except for the electricity and for awhile I was freeloading internet from this really nice techie who lived across the hall. The two of us are both N.C State alumni and until he moved to California I would just watch games in his place until my very early bed times. Now I need internet, but it seems as though having wireless should mean that you get to use it in both addresses. I am pretty sure that is the way it should be and that would be a good way for me to save some money.