The forgotten ones...
As a Verizon DSL customer living in a non-FiOs-capable neighborhood, every time I read stories about great improvements in speeds to FiOs subscribers my eyes bulge out of their sockets; my blood boils then shoots out of my ears and a little bit of my soul dies. I even tried in vein to get the measly 7.1 "upgrade" and was told, "sorry, not available in your area", which I heard as, "sorry, you're sh!t out of luck and will dwell in the land of 3megs down for all eternity! HaHa!" Well, it's great that all the FiOs subscribers will no doubt enjoy their new speedier connections but I just wanna say, @#$#%@#$%;;#@$%.
You're not forgotten. Most DSL doesn't offer any caps, while many cable companies do. You could be one of the many people who don't have access to DSL, which would be much worse.
If I could switch from Comcast to DSL, I would call them immediately.
|reply to zenafu |
Even worse you could be like me and only be able to get unlimited EV-DO from Alltel. And be worried that when Verizon buys them you may be forced to 5 GB a month and $500 every gig over. I kind of feel like you do when I hear people upset because they already have DSL or cable. " @#$#%@#$%;;#@$%. "