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fnbrown

join:2005-09-22
Tonopah, AZ

ISDN in Arizona

I'm in the 623 area code west of Phoenix and am looking at getting ISDN (again... had it in NorCal for a while).

I already have a quote from Qwest, and I'm looking for a reliable ISP to use with it. I'd prefer a local provider if there's a good one available. Any suggestions?



bbwithdrawls

join:2008-08-30
Vanleer, TN

MSN or Millenicom



fnbrown

join:2005-09-22
Tonopah, AZ

Millenicom's signal sucks where I'm at. Already tried it, and canceled.

Tried antennas, amplifiers, everything. They sold it to me saying they covered my area, but I could never get signal.

Oh, and no refunds. They suck. Buyer beware.



bbwithdrawls

join:2008-08-30
Vanleer, TN
reply to fnbrown

your question was a provider for ISDN , millenicom offers that 10.00 per 64 k channel ,, a month

I also have signal problems with mcom , I'm just to far 9 miles NLOS , I'm using an amp and a grid but the tower is over loaded during the day and speeds suffer ,

did you try a grid??? best thing since peanut butter, try Jims site for answers on them ,»evdo-tips.com/ if you have any type of signal try a grid, I have no signal until i use a amp and grid ,



bbwithdrawls

join:2008-08-30
Vanleer, TN
reply to fnbrown

missed the part of your post where you tried antenna , sorry

MSN works great , pops both channels for 19.95 , shhhhhhh



fnbrown

join:2005-09-22
Tonopah, AZ

Ah... my apologies. I didn't realize Millenicom offered terrestrial service as well.

I actually had a great deal of help from Jim when trying to get the service working. The signal in my area just doesn't reach, despite what their maps say.