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Matt3
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reply to iansltx

Re: Will LTE be pitched for fixed wireless to the home?

said by iansltx:

True, though it looks like TWC is slooowly rolling out 15/2 as their highest tier across all markets. Or 15/1 anyway.
They need to hurry the hell up here, we're still 7Mbps/384Kbps or 10Mbps/512Kbps.

iansltx

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Hopefully NorthState will start doing pair bonding and offer something better than 768k up, and CenLink will do 25/2 pair-bonded...



Matt3
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said by iansltx:

Hopefully NorthState will start doing pair bonding and offer something better than 768k up, and CenLink will do 25/2 pair-bonded...
I have 15/2 from NorthState over fiber (grandfatherd in tier and could have ordered 30/5), but it will take Time Warner to up their speeds before NS will offer anything higher. They don't need pair-bonding to offer more than 768Kbps up, they are doing that now because at twice the speed of their competition, they can.

iansltx

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Right, saw that. Sad to see a company actually DOWNGRADE their offerings due to lack of competition (and interest?)



Matt3
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said by iansltx:

Right, saw that. Sad to see a company actually DOWNGRADE their offerings due to lack of competition (and interest?)
The official line is they didn't want to offer disparate packages to fiber customers and to ADSL2+ customers who subscribed to IPTV. Their ADSL2+ circuits didn't support more than 768Kbps once you throw IPTV into the mix. I was also told by a technician they aren't delivering IPTV over copper at all, so who really knows?