[TriLUG] Phone, TV, Internet service options
Neil L. Little
nllittle at embarqmail.com
Sun Oct 25 12:22:03 EDT 2009
Oh, you can get speeds at metro ethernet speeds for satellite, but its
going to be at the tune of $15k (not a consumer solution) just for the
Ronald Kelley wrote:
> Depends on what is most important to you - money, speed, or latency. I
> just check on DSL from BellSouth - approx $50/mo for 6Mbps down and
> 512K up. Someone mentioned satellite; last time I checked this was
> expensive and has some inherient delays (plus, you probably won't get
> speeds close to cable or DSL).
> If you call TimeWarner and tell them you are switching to DSL, you may
> be able to get on their promotional plan ($39/mo for 6Mbps) for 12
> months - to keep you as a customer. That is what I did...
> On Oct 24, 2009, at 5:39 PM, Dave Moody wrote:
>> Hello all - I want to explore internet service options, including
>> satellite, cable, etc., everything is on the table. Currently using
>> Time Warner and would love to save some money, and maintain what is
>> admittedly ok service.
>> Obviously, there are tons of options, so I am hoping there are some
>> folks out there who are happy and can share experiences, or at least
>> what not to look at.
>> Any ideas?
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