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dsless

join:2001-05-16
Pittsburgh, PA
reply to ediblet1

Re: WV Sound off

Thanks for the info. But I live up a Scarlet Oaks and I think I may be to far. But I can always hope. Rather have dsl than Adelphia anyday. My ISDN line really works well most of the time, great for Fighter Ace in VR1 and to VPN to work!



ediblet1
Premium
join:2001-01-01
Nitro, WV

Yep, I think Scarlet Oaks would be way out of limits. My self I'm sitting at 9K'. Down by Locke St.
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Onward through the fog.



Cineflan

join:2001-12-05
Huntington, WV
reply to dsless

Huntington here. Using Adelphia PowerLink, and generally get anywhere between 1.5 and 3Mbps. My only complaint is that uploading is securely throttled at 128k. Well, that and the fact that their Usenet feed sucks and their mail server often goes down for several hours PER DAY, and when it does the messages bounce with "user doesn't exist" errors.


dsless

join:2001-05-16
Pittsburgh, PA

I am from Huntington originally and lived on east pea ridge. Could get DSL or Adelphia. Adelphia was just finishing their upgrade when I moved. I now have Adelphia of Red House, and we just got Digital Cable (after almost 5 years). No official word yet on PowerLink for are area. The Nitro CO now has a DSLAM unit installed(pretty sure). But I am 2 far for DSL.



ediblet1
Premium
join:2001-01-01
Nitro, WV

It's in Nitro now and they are offering service. A bit pricey as compared to Charter though.
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Onward through the fog.


dsless

join:2001-05-16
Pittsburgh, PA

Any chance of them putting a remote CO up my toward Poca? I will not hold out hopes for Adelphia. They couldn't find K in keyboard.......... Thanks, Rob.



ediblet1
Premium
join:2001-01-01
Nitro, WV

No new offices planned and they don't seem to like the idea of remote DSLAMS.
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Onward through the fog.


dsless

join:2001-05-16
Pittsburgh, PA

said by ediblet1:
No new offices planned and they don't seem to like the idea of remote DSLAMS.

Who could I talk to about the possibility of this? How about a G.Lite services?
Thank, Rob.


Marilla9
I Am My Own Arbiter
Premium
join:2002-12-06
Belpre, OH

Vienna, WV here (near Parkersburg) and just switched about two months ago to Verizon DSL, which I love. We finally had to dump Charter Pipeline due to network and local-office support troubles lasting, oh, a year. DSL's working wonderfully so far.