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NormanS
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reply to etaadmin

Re: Time warner Lying!!!

Comcast's offering is Metro Ethernet. AT&T definitely offers Metro Ethernet:

»www.business.att.com/enterprise/···gigabit/

Probably in more markets than Comcast, albeit for more money.

Given a choice between Comcast fiber, Paxio fiber, or Sonic.net fiber, I would choose the latter two, based on the price.

And before you tell me how Paxio fiber and Sonic.net fiber are regionally limited, consider that the same is true for Comcast fiber.
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Norman
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DrDrew
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TWC also offers Metro Ethernet and 1+ Gbps fiber:
»www.twcbc.com/West/Products/Ethe···ult.ashx
»www.twcbc.com/West/Products/Prod···ess.ashx

They will run it to your home if you pay them enough...
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etaadmin

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reply to NormanS

We are not talking about business services and btw TWC also offers MetroE.

When I had uverse my only option was VDSL if I wanted uverse FTTH I would have to sell my home and move to a FTTH neighborhood (perhaps in another city or state) in that case it made more sense in contracting a business MertroE than selling my home and buying a new one.



NormanS
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said by etaadmin:

We are not talking about business services and btw TWC also offers MetroE.

Somebody was talking Comcast FTTH, which is not your run-of-the-mill residential service.

It is odds on who will bring FTTH to San Jose, California next, but my money is on Sonic.net, LLC, not Comcast. I say, "next" because AT&T's sorry excuse is already here (and they might as well not have deployed it at all, because it offers nothing that U-verse doesn't off in FTTN areas).
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