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« It's not just Oregon...Yep. »
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kataan
RIP my love.
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join:2003-04-22
Greenacres, WA
reply to chgo_man99

Re: Time to downgrade,

I live on a fixed income. I am permanently disabled. If you are volunteering, i would be more than happy to accept!, you paying my Comcast bill. Thank you

chgo_man99

join:2010-01-01
San Jose, CA
Switch to DSL at $15 or $20 price tag.

P.S. Or find a roommate, split bills. If there is only one bedroom, make the living room bedroom.


dvd536
as Mr. Pink as they come
Premium
join:2001-04-27
Phoenix, AZ
kudos:4
said by chgo_man99:

Switch to DSL at $15 or $20 price tag.

Don't forget the $20 or so in line charges and BS Unfees!
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The shortest distance between 2 points adds 1.5 stars to T. want $25? solve »coord.info/GC20A37 for me

chgo_man99

join:2010-01-01
San Jose, CA
no they do provide dry-dsl at that price. You'll be paying in extra fees probably no more than $5.


kataan
RIP my love.
Premium
join:2003-04-22
Greenacres, WA
Reviews:
·Comcast

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reply to chgo_man99
Much closer to $45 on Qwest with 1.5/384. I am stuck between comcast and Qwest.

edit: For 1.5/896 for 6 months it is 49.99 plus tax, dry-line is 40.00 plus tax.

After 6 months it is $50.00 plus tax. dry-ling is $40 plus tax. Then you must rent the modem at $5.00 a month or buy it a $ 20.00.

Even Comcast does not F#ck you that bad.

P.S. This is the slowest tier that Qwest offers.


kataan
RIP my love.
Premium
join:2003-04-22
Greenacres, WA
Reviews:
·Comcast
reply to chgo_man99
I don't mean to be a jerk or any thing, but you are assuming that prices are great hear. The are not. They may be good where you live, but they are atrocious hear and I am sure that there are places where there prices are much higher than here.

All in all do research before you post.