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Re: Why can't Fairpoint provide steady service?
I've had Fairpoint in Oakfield, ME for about 4 years now. They are incapable of providing what people pay for. They have about 35 customers connected to 5 T1 lines while selling 3mb/400k packages and claiming to be "better than cable because there is no shared bandwidth" on their website.
How they get away with such false advertisements I will never know, but rest assured you aren't the only one with problems, and Fairpoint is above and beyond in making sure they make all of their customers miserable without ever providing the service you pay for. They know most of us have no other choice, so it's either bend over and take it, or go without internet.