said by PeteC2:
...I have made the switch to Comacast.
At 10+ years (last May) I bailed. Like you, I had good DSL service. But the last full AT&T bill was for $103 and change (long distance, no-frills local, and DSL). A local (to the S.F. Bay Area) CLEC offered ADSL2+ from their own DSLAM in the CO for half that much. Includes Voicemail and CallerID at no extra charge. They also don't offer 'tiers'. At 9,156 ft we were too far out for Elite, so we had Pro, with measured DL at ~2,500 kb/s (nominal 3,000 kb/s). Sonic.net "Fusion" service lets the DSLAM/Modem negotiate the best speed the line will support; which settled at ~4990 kb/s. Lower bill, higher speed, and no data caps. And the probability that they will roll out FTTP in San José, California in a few years (AT&T likely will not any time in this Century).--
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum