| Review by bn1221 |
member for 4 years, 866 visits, last login: 2 days ago
updated 340 days ago
- $2000 per month
- (36 month contract)
- about 21 days
- "Cheaper and faster than Verizon and Megapath"
- "only upgrade in blocks of 3-5 Mbit"
- "Best in class"
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I dropped Verizon bonded T1 services and went Time Warner fiber (metroE).
5Mbit duplex circuit. Have never gone down - the glass even works when the power and the cable HFC nodes are out (we have generator in building).
/21 block of IPs works great with my Cisco 1841 router. Wish I could afford the 10mbit each way package.
Update Jun 2012. On 10 meg point to point and 25 meg internet. Still smokes the D3 5*30 mbit connection for reliability and overall responsiveness. Loving it.
How much? I would like to know how much are you spending on this? I work with a few clients that might be interested.
All the clients that I work with all have 'regular' TWC business class.
Payment Are you still paying 2K a month for 5MB down / 5MB up?
Re: Payment No, I'm paying a little over 1700 for 25 mbit internet access. The 2K was the lease cost of the buildout, 3mbit PTP and 5mbit IA.
It spanks the cable biz class I have now (I have a sweetheart 2*15 1 static for 97.50 per month).
Re: Payment Oh okay.
I have TWCBC for Fiber and DOCSIS (backup) and I have $1,600 (with tax) for 20/20 (13 Static IPs) and $280 for 5 Static IPs and 15/2.
I was going to tell you that you were over paying for the service and to call the rep but I see you have gotten it all squared away already.
Re: Payment My rep is VERY good to me - I have referred a slew of people over to him. D3 Biz is not available - I rather wish it was I might use a 5*30 as a lower cost secondary route to suppliment the 10 mbit point to point - I already use 2*15 cable modem as internet in those offices.