07-03-2017 09:20 AM
Cambium Networks, a world leader in providing wireless broadband solutions, is creating a global State of the Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) Market Survey. The survey focuses on the state of the current business and vision of trends and opportunities. We encourage you to take the survey and have your voice included in the results.
The survey is available below, and the purpose is to understand the current network size, offerings, challenges, and best practices. There are no questions about specific vendors or products. The survey can be completed anonymously, and at the end is an optional area where you can provide your contact information if you would like a free copy of the results.
Portuguese - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WISP_Portuguese
07-06-2017 09:12 PM
I noticed some of the questions seem to be multiple choice but I was only able to select one bubble. (Like which additioinal services you provide)
07-12-2017 08:44 AM
Sorry to say I cancelled out of the survey after it started asking questions I had no answers to, and insisted on answers to proceed. (like revenue: A - I'm a network engineer, not a CFO, B - it didn't offer an 'unknown' or 'no comment' option, C - I don't think the owner has any interest in disclosing that - I certainly don't know the answer, which would in any case be complicated by the fact that as a company we do much more than wireless internet service)
So my advice would be that in the future you pay more attention to what information you absolutely require to be submitted, and that it makes sense to expect that of the target respondees.
07-12-2017 08:57 AM
Thanks for the note. I appreciate your taking a look at the survey and your feedback.
We will include "unknown" as an option in future surveys.
07-12-2017 11:21 AM
I'm afraid I have to agree with other posters : This survey looks like it's oriented to one- or two-person operations. I'd have to talk to three or four other people to get a bunch of these answers, and they probably wouldn't be in the context you are looking for since wireless represents maybe 15% of our customer base. Sorry.