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hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
reply to bluepoint

Re: [TWC] New Modem Lease Fee NYC

I can tell you that in terms of coverage area the company I represent is the largest. That includes access to TWC, Comcast, Charter, Frontier, Fairpoint, Cox, AT&T/SBC/BellSouth, ABi, CentLink, Covad/MegaPath, Cinci Bell, Bell Canada, and Rogers Communications and several wireless companies for 4G access- both LTE and Wimax, and much more. I also can tell you the company will be launching no frills Internet- no emails, webspace, news groups, etc. Just a simple connection and that is it. The company is based in Ohio and operates on 10 different Tier 1 backbones including AT&T, One Community, Independent Fiber Networks, TWC, Verizon Business, and much more.

Also by March of 2013 the company also will be launching a national IPTV product, service will be available to not only my employer's customers but also to customers of other ISPs. Next week is when customers will be able to be signed up, but I will tell you this, the prices on average maybe more than going direct to the last mile owner (due to wholesaling, etc), but no caps will be imposed, NEVER. The connections will be 100% unlimited and will stay that way (unless on a 4g or connection in Canada).

And if you want more information, as always, you and anyone else is welcome to PM me.



bluepoint

join:2001-03-24

said by hottboiinnc:

And if you want more information, as always, you and anyone else is welcome to PM me.

Okay, this is now marketing. Please start another thread stating who you represent so that you don't hijack this very interesting thread-$3.95 monthly modem rental.

hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH

I am not marketing in this thread. So thus no its not marketing. I'm not selling anything in this thread. I was talking about the modem fee which I should and do have the right to do. You asked what I was doing and I answered the question. YOU are the one that brought that on. and again I will not tell you who I work for.



bluepoint

join:2001-03-24

You bang in yourself to a TWC forum pretending to have an interest in the topic but eventually we find out your motive. Please move on, it stinks. All we want is to discuss TWC's modem rental. If you want to continue your discussion open a new thread, that is if the moderator allows you.


hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH

Weather I care or not, does not matter. And as I have said, I have no real motive. I was stating what I know and some have admitted they were not aware of what I have stated- such as Hob not knowing that TWC MidOhio does not allow for 2 modems.

So again, NO I will not move on and you are free to discuss the modem rental fee and I will be free to comment when I think I should inform someone of something. So you can go about your business and stop replying back to my posts trying to make my comments out to be something they are not, and never were. You ask and you got so move on. And you don't want to discuss anything, but my businesss on here and claim I work for TWC.


igarvey

join:2003-07-13
New York, NY

does anyone know the difference between the SB6141 and the SBG6580? these are the two modems i have to buy to avoid this fucking fee.


shawnunder7

join:2011-10-08

1 recommendation

One has built in Wifi, while the other doesn't


hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH

thats the only thing that I know of that is different and can find.



Nick21

join:2010-02-03
New York, NY

Isn't the 6141 just a D3 modem and 6580 a D3 gateway with modem, router and wifi built-in?