steve at holmesgrown.com
Sat Feb 19 23:53:33 EST 2005
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Actually, if you have good accessible DSL in your area, I don't think
their rates are too bad. If you have to use one of their "outside"
DSL providers that don't go through you LEC's central office, that's
when the rates go up; that's my problem. I could actually use
Speakeasy if I wanted to pay over $55 per month and like you, I'm not
willing to spend that much. Cox is either $39 or $49 if you also get
their TV but their download speeds are something like 5 megabit.
On Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 03:54:36PM -0600, Gregory Nowak wrote:
> I considered speak easy more then once, but thought that their too
> expensive. I'm sure there are now, and are going to be people who will
> pay them what they ask, but I won't be one of them, unless their
> prices drop significantly.
> On Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 02:43:52PM -0700, Steve Holmes wrote:
> > I have always heard good things about them. I just wish I could get
> > DSL in my neighborhood so I could hook up with them. I'm a Cognigen
> > rep and we sell Speakeasy and I would love to use them but... I'm too
> > far from my local central office so my line fails all DSL related loop
> > tests! So for the time being, it's Cox Cable with their port blocking <sigh>.
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