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nasadude

join:2001-10-05
Rockville, MD

good news, bad news

the good news is we finally get to see speeds they've had in Europe and Asia for a couple of years now.

the bad news is it cost 4x as much

must be our competitive market.


jammmin

join:2000-12-14
Upper Marlboro, MD

I would never go back to Comcrap. Six years of spotty internet service that never got fixed.

Constant patch work by repair guys that never totally solved the issue.
Since I switched to Verizon FIOS a few months ago, consistently fast speeds and no downtime. Couldn’t be happier.



Titus
Mr Gradenko

join:2004-06-26
kudos:1
Reviews:
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reply to nasadude

said by nasadude:

the good news is we finally get to see speeds they've had in Europe and Asia for a couple of years now.
the bad news is it cost 4x as much
must be our competitive market.
Nothing to see here; it's only the 'invisible hand' in your pocket.
Wait till its little friend maneuvers for the 'reach-around'.
--

iansltx

join:2007-02-19
Austin, TX
kudos:2
Reviews:
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·Verizon Online DSL
·Comcast
reply to jammmin

Why switch to ANYTHING from FiOS? Seriously, even with Comcast's new tech, FiOS is comparable or better for the same price, or just a little more. Plus they'll have 100 Mbps service soon. 30/5 for the price of 20/5, and 30/30 as the new symmetric tier? bring it on. Oh, and 15/2 being the new 10/2



AMDUSER
Premium
join:2003-05-28
Earth,
kudos:1
reply to nasadude

This could get intresting in Fort Wayne, Indiana... one of the only cities in the Midwest to get FiOS service.

I'm sure there the pricing will be rather competitive.


reply to iansltx

said by iansltx:

30/5 for the price of 20/5, and 30/30 as the new symmetric tier? bring it on. Oh, and 15/2 being the new 10/2
Reference of this please??

iansltx

join:2007-02-19
Austin, TX
kudos:2

Pure speculation. no basis in fact.


tjp375

join:2008-07-02
Akron, OH
reply to AMDUSER

Seriously, I'm curious to why Fort Wayne gets all these services? What is there I'm not aware of? Anyways it sucks being in Ohio when Fios is available in Indiana and Pennsylvania, it would be nice if they connected the dots.


centc408

join:2008-11-08
Fort Wayne, IN
reply to AMDUSER

Fort Wayne, IN got FiOS for 1 reason. Our former mayor spent quite a while lobbying Verizon for it.


eco
Premium
join:2001-11-28
Wilmington, DE
reply to iansltx

don't forget no caps...