Re: 75mbps by 2013? They don't have cable available. Charter, the incumbent cable ISP, completely skipped the neighborhood years ago. Probably a disagreement with the HoA.
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Re: 75mbps by 2013?
said by LightS:Oh that sucks! Get HoA to get cable!
They don't have cable available. Charter, the incumbent cable ISP, completely skipped the neighborhood years ago. Probably a disagreement with the HoA.
Re: Whats the plan for existing FTTC If they did not do anything else they need to covert DISC*S to Uverse. Every time they get close they halt the conversion. They are going to lose all their customers in those areas if they don't do something.
worthless Totally worthless with such caps. LTE is neat, but there are still tons of gaps in coverage. The biggest issue is still usability. Sure, you can browse a bit faster, but forget really using wireless broadband anything like wired.
This is just sad. There really should be a fixed service with usable terms. It is otherwise worthless, and a huge waste.
Re: LoL yeah right. 75Mbps Yep. The fastest speed they offer in my area is 18 Mbps and I can't even get that. And I'm right in town. I'm about 200 feet from being able to get 18 Mbps so the best I an get is 12 Mbps. They want $48 for that. Meanwhile I an get 30 Mbps from Charter for $50. Hmmmmmm which do I choose?
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Bait and Switch Once you read beyond the press releases and really dig into the regulatory filings and sit through the entire two hour event (our good friend Craig Moffett was on hand for this one too), the real agenda begins to emerge.
This is one giant stunt to bait the feds with the promise of better broadband in return for the wholesale abandonment of the landline network and its universal service requirements. AT&T's wireless and VoIP voice services are barely regulated and abandoning rural landline networks in favor of wireless is win-win... for them.
Customers have zero recourse if they lose landline service and get stuck with lousy AT&T service and will be slapped with the same overpriced wireless service and usage caps. AT&T gets to pocket the fat profits.
Phillip M. Dampier
Editor, Stop the Cap!
Re: Such BS.
said by KrK:While the cap is higher, DSL from at&T is capped.
Being forced off DSL to expensive capped and metered LTE.