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Karl cracks me up!!!
Cable provider Suddenlink is one of the most poorly reviewed cable operators in our user review rankings, consistently battling with Charter Communications for the least popular cable broadband experience.
ROFL! The beginning is hilarious. Good story, Karl. Thumbs up to you!--
Satan is always busy. He makes bad things look good and good things look bad! Watch that Devil.
It's interesting to note Charter has jumped several notches in recent months, despite the bankruptcy.
Then replace Charter with Knology as a bottom dweller...
Their move is fairly recent. I'd been watching Suddenlink and Charter duke it out for a long, long time. I imagine the cable basement championship is not yet over! We'll have to think of some prizes.
I know I know! A 512k cable connection with PowerBoost on an Ambit modem, on a node shared with 1000 other users with monkies for tech support!
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Cox has them, but, if they try usage, I will sue under several different federal laws.
Trust me, people like me and even lawyers and law professors are proffering a complaint that will not be denied. And, yes, selling a service as "unlimited" is fraud. We are working on it. More than likely, it will be CA, NY or FL legal issue.
As far as limited, the overage charges are basically fraud since the actual cost might be $.05 a gig.
I know for a fact Google and Amazon.com are working on suing ISPs for these stupid caps. A small ISP is the ideal target.
The actual cost is likely less than a cent per gig. It's estimated ISP costs are only $1/month/customer.
In South Korea you can get 2Mbit DSL for $3/month. In India you can get it for $4/month.
Where in those areas though? Would you like to move?