| Review by jadinolf |
member for 7.8 years, 4421 visits, last login: a few minutes ago
updated 43 days ago
- $23 per month
- (12 month contract)
- "Reliability and tech support"
- "Very Satisfied"
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Value for money:
(ratings above consensus)
Ordered 384/1500 for $12.95
Install was nice and clean
2Wire 1800HG, 2Wire USB adapter, 2Wire HPNA adapter. (5 computers)
All I know is that all is perfect with DSL Extreme.
I have been with DSL Extreme for a little over a month now and have had absolutely no problems nor do I anticipate any.
I have been with DSLX for almost 9 months now and all is still well. There have been only two minor outages during this period.
All is still good. Very happy to be with DSLextreme.
Very close to 11 months with DSLX and all continues to be well. No problems at all. (5/11/2007)
I year of DSLX now and I have renewed my contract. All continues to be well.
8-21-2007 I was just thinking today, when is the last time you sent an IM to the general manager of your ISP and received a reply? Did you ever do it with AT&T?
I can do it any day of the week with DSLX. A great reason to sign up with them or... isn't that important to you? It is to me and I love it.
1-8-2008 Still running fine. So happy I stayed with DSL Extreme.
5-1-2008 Here I am again. Have just renewed for the third year and am very happy with my monthly cost as well as the reliability of my DSL.
I recommend DSL Extreme to anyone not happy with their present ISP..
6-7-2008 Back again. I have been helping friends who have AT&T with their Internet problems. When they call tech support, they get shuttled off to some foreign country and on many occasions, the tech support people are difficult or impossible to understand. Not so with DSL Extreme where the people speak North American. What a pleasure.
Well, I "reenlisted" on July 1 and all continues to be great. New monthly cost is $23.83. Bear in mind that I'm a guy who is on line probably 18 hours or more a day so if anyone would notice problems, I would. No complaints at all.
9-18-2008 No loss of DSL at all.
Finding my way through the new email setup. I will resolve the unusual things I have observed. For the record, I am usually not resistant to change but I prefer the old way this time.
June 1, 2009
I got my renewal notice this morning. With a contract, my monthly cost remains the same ($23.83) so I re-enlisted.
I am very satisfied with the service I get from DSLX. Have only had a few very minor email problems and that's about it.
Again, I encourage anyone who is not happy with their current ISP to give DSL Extreme a try.
Well, here we go with another year with DSL Extreme. Hopefully, this year will be as uneventful as the previous years.
I sometimes wonder why people have so many problems with DSLX. as reported on their forum. I also wonder why they don't call tech support instead of taking a shot at the ISP on line. Oh well.
The system reminded me that it has been 185 days since I updated my review.
All I can say is that I remain satisfied with the service I receive from DSLX and I will stay with them until something untoward happens. I don't anticipate that.
6/1/2010 Well, I got an email from DSL Extreme - it was not unexpected-- my contract will be up July 1. I have signed up for another year. I am 76 years old so I hope I will be around to renew next year.
Of course, I am satisfied with DSLX. If I wasn't I would have moved on.
Well, it's official. My charge card tells me that my monthly charge is one dollar less than last year. That's three years in a row with no price increase. How many people can say that?
Not much to report on. All is well. I'll get back to you next time the DSLR crew prods me to update my review.
Renewed my contract again.
I can still IM the General Manager of my ISP. That's pretty hard to beat. Try that with AT&T.
No price increase in three years. What a pleasure.
Maybe I'm just a lucky guy but I am quite satisfied with DSLX.
Still with DSLX since 2006.
Still no complaints.
No price increase.
Life is good.
Thought I'd keep you posted.
All is well and never needed overseas tech support.