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b10010011
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join:2004-09-07
Bellingham, WA

$53 for 10/1?

The benefits of having a monopoly.
bn1221

join:2009-04-29
Cortland, NY
Reviews:
·TowerStream

Re: $53 for 10/1?

And how much is Verizon DSL - they offer..but can't really supply 1*15 DSL and they force you into a phone line.

The "lite" is now 39.99 for 1mbit up and 1 mbit down. I would have like to see 256k/1mbit for 24.99 - that would be the sweet spot. its enough for Facebook and Netflix on a Roku (2 dot quality).
xenophon

join:2007-09-17

Re: $53 for 10/1?

Speculation is Google Fiber in KC will cost $70-$90 for 1Gbit and $50-$60 for maybe 100-300Mbps. Will be interesting to see how TWC responds, which is in the KC market.
me1212

join:2008-11-20
Pleasant Hill, MO

Re: $53 for 10/1?

even at $90 thats a great deal for 1000/1000. $50-$60 for 100-300m aint bad ether. I can't wait til I'm done with college and can move the 30 minutes away the fiber is. Bit of a drive back to college for when I start my second degree, but dang it that will be worth it!
25139889

join:2011-10-25
Toledo, OH
You can pay the 1gig but won't achieve it in real word internet.
b10010011
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join:2004-09-07
Bellingham, WA
I pay $42 for 16/2 on Comcast

iamwhatiam

@verizon.net

Re: $53 for 10/1?

"If its your only choice for broadband then you are stuck with it."

(That's with the TV bundle discount?)
b10010011
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join:2004-09-07
Bellingham, WA
Reviews:
·Comcast Formerl..

Re: $53 for 10/1?

said by iamwhatiam :

"If its your only choice for broadband then you are stuck with it."

(That's with the TV bundle discount?)

I don't think so, because I know people who are paying less than that because they have the "triple play" deal and I don't

Pashune
Caps stifle innovation
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join:2006-04-14
Gautier, MS
Reviews:
·Vonage
·CableOne
It's gotten even worse in CableOne territory.

I pay $53 per month for 10/1 here and I'm on a grandfathered plan.

$53 per month now will either get you 50/5 on a contract (after it expires you're basically stuck on a 5 meg down 500 kbit up plan; no joke)

..or it'll just get you the 5 meg plan with no contract. Again, no joke.

I suppose there's one benefit to TWC; no caps (yet...)
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CableOne 10m/1m
pimpinparker

join:2005-06-14
North Baltimore, OH

1 recommendation

I'm paying $60 for 30/5 through TWC, what a rip off. I'd drop them if/when they do that here except, since it's a monopoly WHERE AM I SUPPOSED TO GO?

First Verizon's killing unlimited data then TWC jacks up price and next will probably be putting a cap on the home data connection.

As time goes on aren't we supposed to move forward? We're moving backward by capping an unlimited resource. I love how they can just screw us and there's nothing we can do about it.