Category Archives: I Love Indian Hammock

T Mobile Home Internet & Calyx Institute – MiFi M2000

Speed test in Indian Hammock taken at the Lodge
Speed test at the Indian Hammock taken at the Office complex

I used the M2000 to test the internet speed in two locations in Indian Hammock

M2000 serve as a Hot Spot that can be used anywhere in the USA
This High-Speed Internet Service can be ordered online at:

This device is available at the Sustainer membership level.
The MiFi M2000 supports nearly all bands used by T-Mobile and Sprint and it utilizes the T-Mobile network.

For service at a fixed address in Indian Hammock, the T Mobile Home Internet can be ordered online

Alternative Internet Services

I hope you find the following useful.

Calyx Institute provides high-speed internet using T Mobile Network.
You will not have an account with T Mobile as the service is via Calyx membership.

I joined Calyx Institute on 2021-02-09 and paid $500 for the first year.
I received the Alcatel Linkzone 2 on 2021-02-15.
I am now using it for my home internet and finding it a huge improvement to CenturyLink.

It is a true Unlimited, No speed Throttling service for a great price. I researched and could not find anything that came close price wise.

The T Mobile signal strength on my lot is excellent, and one can use the hotspot anywhere on T Mobile network. If you get a decent T Mobile signal, this can be a good solution until Starlink becomes available in Indian Hammock.

Starlink will provide much faster speeds, cost $99 per month, and it seems to be the ultimate solution for our Internet Issue in Indian Hammock.

I  got on Starlink’s waiting list yesterday and expect to get the kit sometime in 2021 or 2022. In their Order Confirmation, Starlink advised: Starlink will begin offering service in your area beginning mid to late 2021. Orders will be fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be notified via email prior to shipment, and you will be charged the remainder of your balance once your kit ships.

David Etzion
Lot 246

Calyx Institute a Great Internet Alternative to Century Link.

Calyx Institute is offering Unlimited 4G Internet using a special arrangement with T Mobile. One needs to join Calyx Institute at a Contributor level and pay $500 for the first year and after that $400 per year to get the Unlimited 4G Internet.

I spent the $500 and joined to test their service. On 2/16/2021, I got my Alcatel Linkzone 2 and started using it full time for my Internet connection.

I found the service to be superior to CenturyLink, with significant improvement in the Upload speed. I am getting better than 10 Mbps download and better than 3 Mbps upload. The Alcatel Linkzone 2 via Calyx Institute only operates on the 2.4GHZ and provides a real Unlimited  Internet without throttling down the speed.

I presume the speed may depend on the lot location; I use it on Lot 246 and get the maximum three dots signal strength. I placed the Alcatel Linkzone 2 in my living room and have no problem getting good coverage all over my home.

One can connect up to 16 users simultaneously to the Alcatel Linkzone 2.
All and all, I wish I knew earlier that such a service exists; for me, it is an excellent improvement, and I intend to use it until Starlink becomes available, hopefully in a year or two.

Thank you Tom Steinruck for pointing me in the right direction.

David Etzion
Lot 246

IH Owners’ communication channels.

I love Indian Hammock, the best place to call home.

Over the past year, I opened four communication channels, starting with my website: More than 100 members are regularly visiting my site; you need a WordPress account to leave a comment.

The Nextdoor Neighborhood, Indian Hammock is growing with 80 users by now.
It is a great place to place your posting, share recommendations, create or join groups, etc.

The MeWe group Indian Hammock Hunt and Ridding Club is new; I started it in December 2020 as the best alternative to the abusive Facebook. MeWe established itself as the Anti Facebook, claiming: No Ads. No Spyware. No BS. Your information is Not For Sale.

I still keep the Facebook group Indian Hammock Owners’ Rights open for the convenience of more than 50 group members.

Anyone can choose a communication cannel he is comfortable using. 

1.        Website: Indian Hammock Owners’ Voice

2.         Nextdoor Neighborhood: Indian Hammock
Group 1: live and let live – Defend Owner’s Rights in Indian Hammock.
Group 2: Allow Greater Sustainability in Indian Hammock


4.         Facebook Group: Indian Hammock Owners’ Rights

live and let live
David Etzion

Lot 246

Nextdoor – Indian Hammock

Please join your neighbors on Nextdoor:

Nextdoor is a hyper local social networking service for neighborhoods. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California. Nextdoor launched in the United States in October 2011, and is currently available in 11 countries. Users of Nextdoor are required to submit their real names and addresses (or street without the exact number) to the website; posts made to the website are available only to other Nextdoor members living in the same neighborhood.