By this time next year, students at the University of South Carolina should be able to access the internet in every classroom and dorm after AT&T installs high-speed wireless broadband across its campus, reports The State of Columbia, S.C. USC will pay AT&T between $60,000 and $70,000 a month once the wireless service is completely installed, said Jeff Farnham, the school’s deputy chief information officer. Right now, wireless access is available only in certain campus locations. “As mobile as students are, this is going to allow them a lot of flexibility with their academic studies,” said Dan Sisson, an AT&T...

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