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  • What is the ISP of your choice?

    I was wondering.. unfortunently.. im stuck with AOL.. however at least it is broadband..

    (i cannot go back to 56K...)

  • #2
    We use Time Waner Cable.

    However, if I had the choice, I would use someone with Fiber Optic service....100 MBPS...mmmmmmmm

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    • #3
      I have Comcast. It's not too bad though. I just need a better computer to make it work to its maximum potential!
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      Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
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      Meet in her aspect and her eyes.....

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      • #4
        We have Charter. Their not bad.
        -Monorail Man

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        • #5
          I've had Earthlink since I first got internet access 6 or so years ago. I guess I'm to lazy to change to anything else, but I've never had any problems with it in all these years. I also am to lazy to change email addys. I've grown attached to it since I've had the same one as long as I've had access.
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          • #6
            SBC Yahoo dsl , It's ok.
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            • #7
              I'm using www.gtcinternet.com If you call them, they'll give you the turbo for $99 year, or you can get DSL for $29.99/mo (less if you call).
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              • #8
                www.dslextreme.com is what i use. it's a service that runs over SBC/PacBell lines, so it's really the same copper. but their customer service rocks and their website had the most information i needed to setup my wireless network at home.

                i was a loyal earthlink customer for many years, but when the DSL prices dropped to $22 or so and earthlink couldn't come close (after 3 months that is) i changed. i did ask them why they were so expensive for DSL, they just said sorry... sigh.

                for old die hard earthlink dial up customers, you can get a like a $10/mo account from them to keep your email addy AND a back up dial up service in the case your DSL (or other broadband) goes down. mine has had 2 long downtimes (a day each) in the last two years (yes, my fam and i were sad).
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                • #9
                  Comcast cable. And oddly enough, I like their homepage so well I haven't changed it.

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                  • #10
                    Comspan, myself. Decent enough and pretty reliable, although in an area where the maximum available speed is 28k, it doesn't make much of a difference who the ISP is.

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                    • #11
                      I was very happy with Earthlink, but when I moved they didn't offer service. I now use Cox Cable. So far so good.
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                      • #12
                        verizon...we like it so far....oh my BF has issues with it...something about enforcing th Ip and linking it to a mac address....he complained aout it and we got like 3 months free...

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                        • #13
                          RoadRunner, however we do *have* a T1 line. It's just not active at the moment.
                          -Tim

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                          • #14
                            T1 line is better... get it active... you will be flying through the net.....

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                            • #15
                              A residence doesn't need a T1, unless you are running a call center from your living room. Or perhaps you have outsourced your children and husband to India and need the extra bandwidth to communicate with them.
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