Why not claim ISDN as "broadband"?
3 meg shouldn't be considered broadband anyway. It was 10 years ago maybe. Even my grandfather who is in his 80s has 12 meg service. He is a radiologist and is able to VPN into the hospital and read films via the Kodak PACS system -- something he could never think of with 3 meg service.
I am limited to 6 meg today (Windstream DSL) and I'm somewhere short of 3 miles from their office. Eventually I will switch to Charter (our only other option) who at least offers 50 and 100 meg plans.
John M - Cranky network guy