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Review by striker325 See Profile

  • Location: Pacoima,Los Angeles,CA
  • Cost: $15 per month
Good "Getting advertised speeds!, Low Latency!"
Overall "It's cable internet and it works"
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I ordered the lowest package of internet service that Time Warner offers (The lite package).
Ordering process went smooth and the installation also went according to plan. (I placed the order online)

Time Warner cable supplied me a Cisco modem and they did all the process of installing it near my router.

Update: I recently upgraded from their basic 1 Mbps service to their everyday low price internet plan that offers faster download speed ( up to 2 Mbps). I also ended up getting my own modem because TWC decided to raise the price of the modem lease from 2.99 to 5.99 a month which i believe is a lot for a basic non WiFi modem. I am glad that they let you use your own modem and for that they get points.



member for 4.9 years, 391 visits, last login: 20 days ago
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Review by Smandy See Profile

  • Location: New York,New York,NY
  • Cost: $55 per month (12 month contract)
Good "Nothing at all"
Bad "Abysmally slow, horrible, awful support"
Overall "I'd trade one of my fingers for ability to use a different ISP"
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I have tried for about a month now to resolve a long standing issue involving ping times as high as 10 seconds, which has been ongoing for about 3 months.

I have talked to L1, L2, L3 support, ADSS (Advance Digital Sytems Service, a department that most people don't even know exists), escalations, Customer Relations, posted on their Facebook page, posted on twitter, and even emailed the CTO.

I have been logging ping times every 5 seconds for the last month, so I can prove the problem exists, and the support people were still skeptical.

Finally, after bombing their social media and email accounts, I got some attention, but only after the most recent social media/internet activity.

They have sent out 2 technicians, 2 foreman, run new cable, and still the problem persists. I have never in my life seen such a broken system. I am an electrical engineer who builds internet products for a living. If I can't even convince them that there is a problem that needs to be fixed, then the typical user doesn't have a prayer.

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swintec
Premium,VIP
join:2003-12-19
Alfred, ME
kudos:5

10 seconds?

Ping times to what is 10 seconds?
Smandy
Premium
join:2014-06-02
New York, NY

Re: 10 seconds?

First hop from router.

swintec
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Alfred, ME
kudos:5
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Re: 10 seconds?

Can you post an example traceroute showing the issue? Maybe even better, post in the TW forum here as I am sure many would like to see that behavior.
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etaadmin

join:2002-01-17
Dallas, TX
kudos:1

1 recommendation

Logging every 5 seconds?

Logging pings every 5 seconds? Has it ever occurred to you that your logging is what is causing your latency?

I'd love to know how are you logging the pings and therefore the latency.

BTW an electronic engineer here.
Smandy
Premium
join:2014-06-02
New York, NY
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Re: Logging every 5 seconds?

The ICMP packet is 64 bytes. If 64 bytes every 5 seconds brings the network to its knees, that is a problem in and of itself.

I have a NAS box that is directly connected to the router, which is running a timestamped ping using the `ping`utility in conjuction with `date`. It's a freebsd box running FreeNAS.

Here is a slightly redacted traceroute:
1 XXXXXXXX (xxx.xxx.xx.x) 0.566 ms 0.423 ms 0.344 ms
2 * cpe-68-173-48-1.nyc.res.rr.com (68.173.48.1) 3994.900 ms 50.201 ms
3 gig-0-3-0-12-nycmnyb-rtr02.nyc.rr.com (24.29.139.182) 22.659 ms 22.038 ms *
4 agg56.nyclnyrg01r.nyc.rr.com (184.152.112.109) 1775.546 ms 36.364 ms 23.6 87 ms
5 107.14.19.24 (107.14.19.24) 23.741 ms 25.623 ms 24.585 ms
6 ae-4-0.cr0.dca20.tbone.rr.com (66.109.6.28) 32.340 ms 31.707 ms 31.376 ms
7 * 107.14.17.178 (107.14.17.178) 863.724 ms *
8 ae-2-0.pr0.dca10.tbone.rr.com (66.109.6.169) 496.533 ms
107.14.19.133 (107.14.19.133) 30.867 ms *
9 66.109.9.66 (66.109.9.66) 31.969 ms 32.072 ms 33.864 ms
10 209.85.252.46 (209.85.252.46) 29.827 ms
209.85.252.80 (209.85.252.80) 50.720 ms *
11 * * 72.14.236.148 (72.14.236.148) 2134.186 ms
12 72.14.239.92 (72.14.239.92) 30.304 ms
209.85.249.10 (209.85.249.10) 30.516 ms
72.14.239.92 (72.14.239.92) 49.562 ms
13 72.14.236.207 (72.14.236.207) 31.194 ms 31.497 ms
209.85.252.251 (209.85.252.251) 29.640 ms
14 72.14.237.254 (72.14.237.254) 30.260 ms * 30.244 ms
15 * lga15s35-in-f0.1e100.net (173.194.43.32) 3518.250 ms 31.594 ms

needsomehelp

join:2014-02-07
Canada

Re: Logging every 5 seconds?

said by Smandy:

2 * cpe-68-173-48-1.nyc.res.rr.com (68.173.48.1) 3994.900 ms 50.201 ms

I pinged that address from Canada, 31ms
Looks like the issue is coming from congestion on your local network...
Try removing the router, put your computer in safe mode (or equivalent), then run and post trace route again
etaadmin

join:2002-01-17
Dallas, TX
kudos:1
No it won't bring the network to it's knees but some routers may consider your constant pings as an attack (smurf) and delay or drop the ICMP packets. Whats wrong with using 3 or 5 pings every five minutes like MRTG? Other thing to consider ICMP packets are not considered a priority.

Besides if you don't see anything positive in TWC ('Good Nothing at all') whats keeping you from switching to Verizon FiOS?

swintec
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Alfred, ME
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said by etaadmin:

Logging pings every 5 seconds? Has it ever occurred to you that your logging is what is causing your latency?

I'd love to know how are you logging the pings and therefore the latency.

BTW an electronic engineer here.

Agreed. Something just does not add up.

Are page loads 10+ seconds? Outside of running ping tests, would you ever notice a problem with your line if you didnt run them?

Did you ever consider that maybe pings are being filtered / prioritized due to the frequency you are running them?
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swintec
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The high ping times also do not carry through to the rest of the trace either. If it did that would indeed indicate a problem somewhere.
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ITGeeks

join:2014-04-20
Cleveland, OH

ADSS?

Define ADSS- as someone who works closely with TWC and on a national level with all departments including their President's office in NY- this department isn't even such as one. And as far as the CTO- is that for your region or the national level? Emailing national CTO won't help you as you will be redirected back to your region.
soja

join:2014-01-21
Waterloo, NY

MTR

Have you considered running a MTR?

»winmtr.net/download-winmtr/

This will show you if your local gateway is just responding to ICMP requests slow, or if the high latency is carrying through to more hops.

Review by mja1980 See Profile

  • Location: Richardson,Dallas,TX
  • Cost: $80 per month
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Great Value. I bought my own Sb6141 as the all in one Arris wasn't up to snuff. I Have had this service since it was Comcast. Well over advertised speeds 95 percent of the time.

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Review by drgonzo See Profile

  • Location: Lenexa,Johnson,KS
  • Cost: $61 per month
  • Install: about 3 days
Good "Fast professional install. Better than advertised speeds. Happy customer!"
Bad "Cut out a bunch of old coax that I was going to use without asking"
Overall "Good price, no contract or caps, better than advertised speeds. TWC is getting it, at least in my market!"
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Went online to order service due to U-Verse raising my rates over $75 a month on the same day my contract ended with them. Looked at all the competitors in my area - I have three providers to choose from. Decided to cut the 'TV Cable' as we don't use it enough and just stick with internet. They had no install dates that worked for me so I engaged their chat assistance and was able to sign up for service there. I signed up for the 30m package which was 54.99 + 5.99 modem rental. The chat person was able to get me an install on Saturday morning - hooray!

Tech came out at 8:30am +/- and proceeded to clean up some of the coax wiring that the previous owner left behind. However, I had coax run and terminated to the box outside for each room in the house (x7) and he proceeded to cut the ends off of all of those and then sealed the box back up. So, if I ever decided to put an antenna up or re-subscribe for internet, I am a bit hosed unless I want to replace all of the coax ends or have the tech do it. Ugh. Whatever. He did an extremely clean job with the wiring - I was completely impressed by his professionalism! He ran a new line to my office which is where I wanted the CPE and it was a fairly long run.

Service came online using an Arris dg860 and initial speed tests have been running around 57-57m this entire week - to be clear, I have used countless speed tests and they are all consistent with this speed. Keep in mind, I signed up for the 30m package. Downloads and such are consistent with these findings.

So far I am very pleased with the service. Much better than subscribed or advertised fees. No peak slow downs or drops anytime. Very professional and quick installation. No contract, competitive rates, no data caps. I am very happy at this time. Lets see how it goes!

member for 11.7 years, 338 visits, last login: 3 days ago
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drgonzo
Buy the ticket, take the ride
Premium
join:2002-10-28
Kansas City
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Value for money

I was hesitant to rate value for money so high but here is why I did it.

I am getting nearly 60m service for the price of 30m service. The price for that is higher than I like but its better than the contract and close to same price for 18m service that ATT UVerse wanted and its better than the 2 year contract Surewest/Everest/CCI wanted me to sign. I am waiting for Google Fiber to finally hit my neighborhood this year, so I didn't want to be tied into a contract.

Also, and very important here...NO CAP! So, all of those factors make the 61 or so a month totally worth it! I guess value for money is in the eye of the bill payer???

DataRiker
Premium
join:2002-05-19
00000

Re: Value for money

Time Warner has done a complete 180 in the KC metro since Google started eating away large swaths of customers.

I have Time Warner at my house and I am getting fantastic service, which ironically I thank Google for.

I have already signed up for Google though, Time Warner can't touch 1000 / 1000 mbit/s for only 5 more dollars.

Review by LadyL See Profile

  • Location: Lorain,Lorain,OH
  • Cost: $6437 per month
Overall "reliable"
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Service is ok for what I need.
Nothing new,other than the price increase...which is getting ridiculous !

member for 11.8 years, 5557 visits, last login: a few hours ago
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Review by OvrQualified See Profile

  • Location: Winter Park,Orange,FL
  • Business customer Business customer
  • Cost: $80 per month
  • Install: about 3 days
Good "Speedy, fairly reliable, good customer service experience"
Bad "When it's down, it's DOWN; support coordination could be better"
Overall "Good value, great service, but call your local offices if you have problems"
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I ordered residential RoadRunner from Bright House (formerly Time Warner) a several months ago. As I recall, the install was quick, and both technicians were very professional (one came to run the cable, the other brought the cable modem and tested the lines).I've had a fairly constant 2000/384 kbps service, and found the service to be reliable. The supplied Toshiba PCX1100 works great and I don't experience slowdowns at any time during the day. The modem is hooked into my Nortel Contivity 1010 gateway and RR supplies DHCP to the gateway.The service has only been down thrice--once due to a downed pole (drunk driver) the other was due to a blown on-pole amplifier (the one in my backyard), and the most recent outage was due to having my tap disconnected accidentally. I've found that the national helpdesk was of no help and only when I called the local customer service number did I receive competent, up-to-date information (after I had them understand that I was technically oriented--I do networks for a living--they skipped all of the usual steps and went straight to checking connectivity to my modem). A service call was required for the second incident--the technician came the same day and changed the on-pole amplifier--he was on time and very courteous as well.All in all, I've found RoadRunner in Winter Park to be a reliable, enjoyable, and speedy way to get online...I love it!

Updated 31 August, 2004.

Hurricane Charley came and left and it took Bright House a full 17 days to restore cable service to our area. I really only have one complaint about the whole thing: they didn't keep their customers or the media abreast of the restoration efforts (like the 4 major utilities did). At any rate, they helped me set up a free dial-up connection in the meantime and they're going to credit my account for the 17 days, so it was all good.

Updated 9 November, 2005.

Well, another year has come and gone, and my RR connection continues to serve me well. The connection is stable, and I'm averaging 4800/256. No real problems cropped up this year--short of a tap accidentally getting disconnected (and getting subsequently credited for the outage of my cable--customer service was apologetic and helpful to resolve it).

Updated 2 December, 2006.

My RoadRunner connection continues to provide quick, reliable broadband service. This year, the speed was upped to an average of 7900/512. One service note: my original Toshiba PCX1100 cable modem bit the dust by power cycling every 20 minutes and was replaced next day by a Bright House tech with a new Terayon TJ715. Local customer service continues to be responsive and helpful. No real complaints here. National service desk on the other hand...well, that's a different ballgame altogether. I prefer not to call them.

Updated 18 May, 2014.

Bright House continues to provide fast, reliable service with minimal downtime, I switched to business class last year and continue to be pleased with speeds and service.

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Review by CaliNine See Profile

  • Location: Los Angeles,Los Angeles,CA
  • Cost: $71 per month
  • Install: about 3 days
Good "The speeds are stable but my internet drops 2-3 a day."
Bad "The router and technical support."
Overall "Great price for the speeds you get."

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·AT&T U-Verse
Switched back to time warner, the speeds are good, really stable at peak times but my internet drops 2-3 times a day and I have to reset both my modem and router which is annoying. Other than that Time Warner is the only company who offers 100mbps+ in my area for a good price. Also the modem they provide is horrible I'd suggest buying one yourself.

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updated 69 days ago

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Review by xQim See Profile

  • Location: Standish,Cumberland,ME
  • Cost: $65 per month
  • Install: about 1 days
Good "Get Above Advertised Speed"
Bad "Hidden Fees, Bandwidth Caps Are Slower Than All Other Cable ISPs, Tech Support Is Terrible"
Overall "Get What You Pay For"
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·Fairpoint Commun..
*Update 05/10/2014*

I have recently moved to another town. I moved the service over which was catastrophic as it took an hour and a half on the phone to fix the issue. I got transferred eight times and had to repeat all my information every single time. Why don't they already know your information? The tech support is just about worthless. Good luck talking to a Filipino or Indian (Hindi) with broken English. I'm not trying to be a bigot at all, but the tech support is awful. What happened was the woman that I was talking to put me on the Extreme Package and not the Ultimate. She somehow couldn't fix the issue which led to being transferred eight times.

The service itself is rock solid with one exception. The exception is the latency which seems high to me. It hovers around 55ms - 65ms which is strange as my previous place of residency would have a latency of 28ms - 38ms. The speed results are 56Mbps/6Mbps. The speed is actually higher, but so is the latency. I'm not sure why the latency is so high, but if someone could explain or remedy this issue I would be very grateful. The modem is still running 4 bonded downstream channels and 4 bonded upstream channels. Overall I content with the service.

*Update 04/07/2014*

Service is still rock solid with a never fluctuating bandwidth speed of 52Mbps/5.4Mbps+. Add to that a dual-wan load balancing router (soon to be triple-wan) and get a significant bump in upstream bandwidth and a moderate increase in download speed. I average about 72Mbps/42Mbps (9MB/s Down / 5.3MB/s Up). Overall I am content with the service. It has not dropped, slowed, or lost the connection since install back in October 2013. Since installation my SurfBoard 6141 has used 4 downstream bonded channels and 4 upstream bonded channels. I still wish TWC would raise the upload speed to 15Mbps or more but I fail to see that happening. I also hope the Comcast/TWC merger is denied somehow as I don't want a cap placed on my data usage. I have posted some pictures using:

testmy.net (Download using 110MB test) | (Upload using 25MB test) Test was done using my TWC connection by itself, not both.

*Update* 01/16/2014

The internet has remained the same and I've had zero connection issues since install. I would like to know where my 100Mbps upgrade is though. It obviously isn't in my area yet, but I'm hoping it will be soon. Here's another picture of my average download speed of 7MB/s.

*Update* 11/21/2013

I had to lower the stars to rate this company as there is several issue that have risen. First off, I recently moved and had my account reinstated. I got my bill and there was a $42.50 charge on it titled, "Transfer Data." No representative ever told me anything about this (why would they?) and what did they transfer? Other then the internet itself, I didn't use anything from them. So I called up and inquired about this "Transfer Data" and the guy kept saying, "While it was moving your connection from one address to another." Me: "So essentially, all you did was just change my address in your records and charge me $42.50?" Guy repeats himself four more times. So a word to the wise. Cancel your service first, before you move and then get a new installation with cheaper rates and no install fee. The other issue is that Time Warner has about the slowest internet packages for cable companies in America. Comcast, Cox HSI, Optimum Online, etc…. all have significantly faster speeds then TWC offers. Other then being greedy and cheap, why is this? The next issue is TWC is cheap and will not work with Netflix. Therefore you cannot access their CDN, thus not getting Super HD and much higher bandwidth. I've also noticed that a lot of times on Netflix, the show will start out at 0.9Mbps and max out 1.7Mbps while still having 55Mbps/5.50Mbps left to spare. This leads to constant buffering. I have to use Fairpoint, that's right, my Fairpoint connection to access anything on Netflix as it will use more bandwidth and will never buffer.

*Update* 11/10/2013

Still running strong with absolutely no problems. No speed loss, down time or anything. Service has been consistantly over advertised since installation. Love the service.

*Update* 10/23/2013

I just upgraded to TWC RR Ultimate 50Mbps/5Mbps and couldn't be more pleased. Installation was a breeze and the pleasant technician rewired the place in thirty minutes. I did a speed test and received a 54.51Mbps/5.18Mbps which is above advertised. The speeds are consistent and remain the same no matter what hour of day it is. I am also using my own DOCSIS 3.0 modem which is a Motorola SURFboard 6141. It is on the approved list of personal modems. It works better than the Ubee modems they would have provided. I couldn't be more pleased. Downloads get up to 7.0MB/s. Fantastic service.

*Update 09/05/2013*

I had to change ISPs to Fairpoint for a bit, but then I switched back to Time Warner as the price of Fairpoint is more expensive than Turbo. I did a self install with my own modem to avoid a rental fee and so far I cannot complain. My latency went down 20ms+ and my speeds went up to 20Mbps/2.10Mbps (41ms), far beyond the 7Mbps/1Mbps (65ms) I was recieving from Fairpoint. All and all I'm glad I made the switch. I don't know how Fairpoint competes with Time Warner since the speeds are no where close to the same and the price for DSL is higher. I guess if Fairpoint is your only option then go for it, but if Time Warner is around I would not hesitate to select them first. And yes, you can use your own Scientific Alantic Modem since that's what I'm doing. I plan to buy a Motorola SB6141 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem soon and upgrade to wideband extreme. Yes they let you use your own DOCSIS 3.0 modem, or at least where I live they do. I'll let you know the results.

*Update*

Upgraded to wideband. When the cable installer came over he cut my telephone wires which disconnected my DSL. Not only that, but I had three cable modems where the connected one was. The guy stole 2 of my modems (a Cisco & Scientific Atlantic) and then plugged my own modem in and charged me a rental fee. WTF? I see it as Time Warner owes me $99.00 per stolen modem and the rental fee removed. Terrible installation. Give me my $200 dollars Time Warner. I never bothered to get my modems back as they say they didn't take them. The rental fee was removed though.



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an0nny

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your $200

you wont ever see it unless you can prove the installer took 2 modems of yours. i.e. video of him taking them.

this if you ever even had 2 modems extra and are not just trying to bad mouth twc.

its your word against their's and w/o any proof you wont get $200.
xQim

join:2003-09-20
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Re: your $200

I'm not bad mouthing TWC for the sake of it. I have three witnesses that saw them there and they were mysteriously gone after he finished. Also, Fairpoint had to come out to my house and install a new telephone box because the TWC employee destroyed the box. For what reason? Why would a cable company need to do anything with the telephone box? Umm gee, too stop the competition. So it is actually four individuals against one.
TBBroadband

join:2012-10-26
Fremont, OH

SA

I wasn't there to see what happened, but since when are you able to purchase an SA modem and use it on the TWC Network. Those modems are generally LEASED and are not for sale.

Bobkatt

@rr.com

Re: SA

Out of curiosity I did a search and SA modems are for sale all over the Internet so they are not only "for lease"

Review by WhatNow See Profile

  • Location: Laurinburg,Scotland,NC
  • Cost: $155 per month
Good "Has been reliable. The only service was a few calls to reset the cable box."
Bad "I had the 3 play until they wanted to charge a monthy fee for the modem."
Overall "Only choice I have for internet. Service has gotten pricey. "
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TWC is the only choice I have for internet. Sometimes I think the node is overloaded occasionally but it may be the sites I am streaming. Only one time in 7 years have I felt the help rep was feeding me a line. The other three or four times the techs were very professional. Normally a cable box reset fixed the problem never had a truck roll.

When TWC decided to charge the monthly fee I bought my own modem and dropped the VoIP. That saved me about $40/mo. I seldom made any calls and most of the calls I got were sales calls. In the end I saved a lot of money. The price keeps going up on the TV / internet and if I could get OTA I would cut the cord. Live too far from all but one TV tower for OTA. I use the Primetime on Demand often to catch after 10 o clock shows.

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DocsisCat
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join:2013-10-10
Princeton, TX

... OTA ...

Pardon, ... what does OTA stand for? If it's, "Over the Air", what is that, please?
macbookguy

join:2008-02-08

Re: ... OTA ...

said by DocsisCat:

Pardon, ... what does OTA stand for? If it's, "Over the Air", what is that, please?

When it comes to broadcasting, OTA does mean Over the Air. That means free signals being broadcast from a station that you can pick up with an antenna.

Review by CJ90006 See Profile

  • Location: Los Angeles,Los Angeles,CA
  • Cost: $179 per month
  • Install: about 2 days
Good "Very reliable Internet, digital phone, tv"
Bad "I still think this is overpriced compared to what you would pay for similar services in many parts of Asia and Europe. "
Overall "TWC is the only reasonable choice in my area, compared to slow DSL. "
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Overall, I'm satisfied with my service. Where I live, there really is no other decent choices. Only competitor for Internet is AT&T DSL (No thanks!) I'm just really disappointed overall with the monopolies in our country. No competition=higher prices. TWC also has very ridiculous Internet speeds as well. I can only get a measly 2GB upload, but I know that will finally change sometime this year when TWC Maxx is rolled out.

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