|reply to decifal |
Re: Farewell ISDN!
I agree and it should be considered a utility and mandated BUT I would say to someone looking to BUY especially in a rural area make sure it is there already and offered , do not believe anyone who says it will be there soon , NOT ATT , not a realtor nor a cable company they ALL LIE
When I built in 2005 it was right during the ATT takeover from bellsouth ,ATT kept telling me DSl will be everywhere in a year , comcast cable would be expanding soon , and ATT will go 3 g soon
none of them have delivered , while ISDN was supposed to be a temporary thing until something else came down 5 years later and still waiting
Do not believe anyone who says it will be here soon , now the big push is LTE , what a Joke
I filed a complaint with the tn regulatory commission , ATT is charging me more than a person with DSL for basic phone service , their response
"we can offer you Wild blue satellite services and U verse is being deployed soon in the south east"
I have ordered and am waiting on a T1 line , when it gets here I will tell ATT phone and bellsouth ISDN to kiss both sides of my ARSE
so yes if your looking to move or relocating make sure broadband is there first , do not believe in coming soon
So I too am looking forward to saying FAREWEll ISDN , for those of you still looking FOR BETTER try 2 ISDN lines bonded or a 3g CARD FROM MILLENICOM if you can get a sprint or verizon signal
Could not agree more with bonding 2 ISDN lines. A marked improvement.
Funny how quickly you can be spoiled though. My wife asked me yesterday why the internet was so slow because I had unplugged one of the BRI's for testing. She is already used to 256 and now thinks that 128 is way to slow. After only 2 weeks lol!
Back to work for me today. And back to 10mb Metro Ethernet.