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RR Conductor
NWP RR Inc.,serving NW CA
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Redwood Valley, CA
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reply to Cabal

Re: [Connectivity] Account Suspended?

So with Comcast, unlimited means something other than unlimited? Hmm, one more thing I will miss about Adelphia.

plat2on1

join:2002-08-21
Hopewell Junction, NY
said by RR Conductor:

So with Comcast, unlimited means something other than unlimited? Hmm, one more thing I will miss about Adelphia.
it is not unlimited transfer and is not advertised as such.


hobgoblin
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Orchard Park, NY
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reply to RR Conductor
said by RR Conductor:

So with Comcast, unlimited means something other than unlimited? Hmm, one more thing I will miss about Adelphia.
Show me where YOU have been told its unlimited.

Hob
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b1gdr3
I Blame Your Mother

join:2001-07-28
York, PA
reply to RR Conductor
said by RR Conductor:

So with Comcast, unlimited means something other than unlimited? Hmm, one more thing I will miss about Adelphia.
It is not advertised as unlimited. This is not the bandwidth buffet.
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Loker
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join:2004-07-11
Fargo, ND
said by b1gdr3:

said by RR Conductor:

So with Comcast, unlimited means something other than unlimited? Hmm, one more thing I will miss about Adelphia.
It is not advertised as unlimited. This is not the bandwidth buffet.
but I am hungry...
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NormanS
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reply to RR Conductor
said by RR Conductor:

So with Comcast, unlimited means something other than unlimited? Hmm, one more thing I will miss about Adelphia.
When did Comcast ever offer "unlimited" bandwidth? They once offered "unlimited" connectivity; but that was back when DSL was so new that most people didn't have it, and dial connections were typically limited to 'X' hours per month for a flat fee, and then $Y per minute for time over the limit.
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