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LightS
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join:2005-12-17
Greenville, TX

"Premium Service"

When I think of a "Premium Service" - I think of service that comes with some sort of SLA.

Nope..



88615298
Premium
join:2004-07-28
West Tenness

Re: "Premium Service"

said by LightS:

When I think of a "Premium Service" - I think of service that comes with some sort of SLA.

Nope..

SLA?

Also I wonder what you get for around $110 month for other ISPs?


LightS
Premium
join:2005-12-17
Greenville, TX

I know that you know what a SLA is!

As far as your latter question, it really varies a lot.



88615298
Premium
join:2004-07-28
West Tenness

said by LightS:

I know that you know what a SLA is!

Maybe you should get one, but isn't that what they push business accounts for?

As far as your latter question, it really varies a lot.

Well some example would be nice. Most ISP's websites ask for an actual address so I don't have access to their pricing.


LightS
Premium
join:2005-12-17
Greenville, TX

said by 88615298:

Maybe you should get one, but isn't that what they push business accounts for?

Yes, but I wouldn't consider any residential service a "premium service" mostly because of shoddy customer service, "up to" terminology and other small niches.

said by 88615298:

Well some example would be nice. Most ISP's websites ask for an actual address so I don't have access to their pricing.

It depends on the ISP & what's available & the service you inquire about. For example, a recent quote from Suddenlink informed me of $125/mbps for standard, and $155/mbps for MPLS. This is of course fiber, but still. It comes with an SLA lol. Suddenlink also offers 12/2 for $199.95, but it's cable & they don't provide an SLA for this