Well our service launch is still weeks away and we haven't found a name we like yet, but we have entered the MassChallenge and that means we've revealed what we're up to. MassChallenge is running a competition for startups and they're giving out grants. Since we are entirely self-funded so far, a grant would be sweet.
To see our entry you must register at the MassChallenge website, http://www.masschallenge.org/
Once you are there, you can not only get an idea of what we're up to, but you can vote for us! Ideally before midnight tonight. :)
Please Vote for BigBroadband.Net
As a registered supporter of MassChallenge you can rank any team's entry. Just click on the right most of the five stars under "Ranking" on the right of our details page to give us arating, ideally by midnight tonight.
Longer term..., we're seeking a new name
Once we roll out our pilot network (in Boston later this summer), I'll have a lot more to say about how we expect to pull a wireless end run around the duopoly, at least in dense urban areas in the US.
Meanwhile, we are seeking a better name. WirelessEndRun (our internal name) is either brazen or obtuse, or both. BigBroadband.Net says something about what we're doing but has a lot of negatives.
All suggestions gratefully welcomed.