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Open-source software, BSD, OS X, iOS, Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre to the premises, Gigabit residential broadband, gigabit-to-the-home; Sonic.net Fusion Fibre Gigabit; municipal fibre; UTOPIA.
Fibre speeds and prices as of September 2011.
To qualify getting into this list, the provider must match the offerings of incumbent telcos, e.g. CincinnatiBell or Verizon as below.
50/50Mbps @ 69$; 100/100 @ 138$ in Chattanooga, TN
50/10 @ 99$; 100/20 @ 299 in Cincinnati, Ohio
50/50 @ 77; all across Utah
25/25 @ 29; 50/50 @ 39; 100/100 @ 79
other Utopia options:
1000/100 at 69$ in Sebastopol, CA (trial)
50/50 @ 74,50$;
100/100 @ 94,50$ in northern California's Bay Area (select unspecified locations)
/27 (32 IPs) for 20$; /28 (16) for 15; /29 (8) for 10; /30 (4; 1 usable) 5.
http://www.paxio.net/support/residence_account (for Static IP)
15/5 @ 49,99; 25/25 @ 69,99; 50/20 @ 139; 150/35 @ 199
25/25 @ 51,99; 50/50 @ 99,99 around Sacramento, CA and the neighbouring area
10/10 @ 28,95; ...; 50/50 @ 57,95 in Lafayette, LA
10/10 @ 34,95; ...; 60/60 @ 99,95; 100/100 @ 149,95 in Wilson, NC
0.064/0.064 @ 16,95; 5/1 @ 26,36; ...; 30/10 @ 59,95; 50/20 @ 99,95 in Bristol, VA
http://www.bvu-optinet.com/ (totally broken web-site; entirely bogus with JS off)
Fibre that makes you laugh! LOL
To qualify into this list, the provider must employ fibre, yet offer the same (or slower) speeds over fibre as what would have been offered over xDSL.
18/1.5 @ 53 -- AT&T U-verse FTTP (24/3 @ 63 is only available through copper)
Unclear offerings, 25/7.0 mixed network w/ FTTN DSL and FTTP; extra bonus for ridiculous caps; offered in major cities in Ontario and Quebec.
Copper which is faster than AT&T fibre.
To qualify, the provider must offer uncapped ADSL2/VDSL2, with the option of pair bonding, or competitive VDSL2.
20/1 @ 39 (1 twisted pair with free PSTN)
40/2 @ 69 (bonded pair with 2 free PSTN)
40/20 @ ~35 and down and up; various locations
Not fibre, but uber fast.
45/45 or 100/100 or 200/200 @ 45,00 in San Francisco, CA and Oakland, CA
Webpass uses wireless-to-the-building model, so YMMV. Some users report outages, but mostly positive reviews.
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My home connection
AT&T U-verse FTTP/FTTH;
18/1.5 package with a subnet of 32 static ip-addresses;
AT&T fibre is too slow for the much-needed 24/3 upgrade
Alcatel HONT-C (4 POTS, 1 Ethernet; "155.52 Mbps upstream and 622.08 Mbps downstream", according to Alcatel; keep in mind that it's a PON (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passive_optical_network), so the bandwidth is shared with something like 32 subscribers through a beam splitter; oversubscription is fine).
AT&T U-verse FTTP
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