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Re: [vox] Re: DSLExtreme.com deal
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Re: [vox] Re: DSLExtreme.com deal



Wow, that is such a good price!  I don't get the ranges: how often would I
get 1.5mbps and how often would I get close to 6mbps?  If the range were
less huge, I wouldn't worry, but I'd hate to buy into the 6mbps and never
get half of that.  Is this one of the distance from the nearest sbc box
type things?

Also, does anybody have any Surewest experiences?  Those guys are digging
in my neighborhood right now and offer 10mbps (both ways! - wtf?) for $49.
A buddy at work has it already, but he only uses it for regular home
internet guy usage so besides saying he's had no noticable downtime over a
few months, that's not exactly the testimonial I'm hoping for.

I've asked the guys doing the work if they know when the service will be
available and they don't know exactly when...

Dave

On Thu, 22 Jan 2004, Rod Roark wrote:

> Sonic.net has gotten into the act too.  This time it's
> $45/month, but only for the first year and only if there is
> no DSL currently on your phone line.
>
> http://www.sonic.net/sales/dsl/sbc/enhanced_promo.shtml
>
> -- Rod
>
> On Monday 19 January 2004 01:10 pm, Rod Roark wrote:
> > Just thought I'd mention that I signed up for a promotional
> > deal from dslextreme.com where you can get up to 1.5-6 Mbps
> > downstream and 384-608 Kbps upstream for $60/month.  The new
> > service will be active sometime next month.
> >
> > This works out to 150%-238% of my current outbound speed
> > for the same price that I'm paying now, which is really good
> > since I run services for several domains.  Colocation seems
> > to get continually worse by comparison....
> >
> > I'm in Fairfield and am not sure if this reaches to Davis.
> >
> > Warning: their web site works poorly with both Mozilla and
> > Konqueror; I was reduced to booting up Win 98 to sign up!
> >
> > -- Rod
>
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