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Re: [vox-tech] SURFboard SBG900 opinions
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Re: [vox-tech] SURFboard SBG900 opinions

I'm late to this party, sorry if this is redundant, but they may be able 
to get DSL for $10/month if they already have an AT&T land line.  See:


I have this for backup service.


Steve Weiss wrote:
> You might also consider DSL, which is a lot cheaper, is month-to-month, 
> and offers a range of speeds. The speed they can deliver depends on your 
> location. AT&T's rates are:
> $20/mo   768 kbps   1st 3mo free (and probably good enough for your folks)
> $25/mo   1500 kbps   $20 credit for 3 mo.
> and higher.
> For more info check out 
> http://www.att.com/gen/general?cdvn=landinglocalization&pid=1080&ltype=res&prod-snip=res_internet_services
> Steve
> Aaron Brayton wrote:
>> Hello again everyone!
>> I'm looking to outfit my parents with high sped internet.  They still 
>> use dial-up.
>> I've found an offer through comcast for $29.99 for six months, $100 
>> rebate and a free Motorola SURFboard SBG900.
>> (If someone knows of a better offer, please let me know.)
>> Does anyone have feedback for the SBG900?  Can you connect a USB printer 
>> to the USB port on the modem to 'network' the printer?
>> Thanks!
>> Aaron
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