| Well, consider this,....most of the other forums are full of people BITCHING about their SHITTY service. IE; my connection sucks, my bill is fucked up, the techs are stupid.......all shit Ive read on other ISP forums.What are people here going to say. "Uh,....My shit works fine,...Uh,......thats it." (know what I mean?) When the service works flawlessly, you really have no reason to post a question here. And if you did have a problem, or any questions at all, the techs at ATNEX are usually way on top of it.|
Sorry you think it makes for such a boring forum, but Ill take a dead forum over shitty service any day of the week.
Re: Atlantic Nexus: running review. 2 weeks and nothing bad to report yet. Gaming, web surfing, email, streaming media, downloading, uploading, dozens and dozens of speed tests, and it's been green across the board. It... just... works. It's sad, but I do have to admit that I was hoping for a little drama, a little weakness I could work over for awhile, but my sinister hopes have been dashed by competence.
Well played Atlantic Nexus. Well played.
Powder Springs, GA
Welcome and Thank You! Atlantic Nexus would like to welcome all of our new customers that have joined our ranks over the past few days. Atlantic Nexus has been providing DSL Internet services to the metro Atlanta area now for over five years and we look forward to continuing to provide our new customers with the same level of care that has built our reputation as Atlanta's premier high speed ISP.
We are happy to report that we have turned up as many customers in a four day period as we did in the previous two years. Atlantic Nexus would like to thank all of our loyal staff who have worked long and hard hours the past week to ensure all customer issues have been resolved. We would also like to thank all of our new and existing customers for your patience during this unusually busy period.
Atlantic Nexus LLC
Excellent Service from Atlantic Nexus - Fast Turnaround I returned home on Tuesday, July 29, 2008 to discover that my internet was down. After some investigation, I found that my current provider, SpeedFactory, had discontinued DSL service in Atlanta without giving its customers notice. By the time that I had figured all of this out, it was past 5:00PM.
When Speedfactory had its April 2008 outages, I researched several providers, and had narrowed my search down to Atlantic Nexus. However, I remained at Speedfactory because they had a reasonable explanation for their outage, they had provided good customer service up to that point, and they said that they would give everyone a free month for the inconvenience.
Moving back to yesterday, I placed the order after 5:00PM. On the order form, I asked if I could use my old equipment. Within an hour of placing the order, Chris had called me to explain a few options to me. At roughly the same time, I received an e-mail from Tim answering a question that I had asked via e-mail at the time that I placed the order.
The Atlantic Nexus staff expected me to be up by Friday at the latest.
However, I was back on-line by 11:00 AM the following day (Wednesday). This was less than 24 hours!
For those of you considering the move, here is what it cost:
Type of Service: 3.5mb $39.99
Static IP: 1 $5.00
Modem Kit Shipping: $9.99