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Thread: Ceapest Dsl

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    What is the cheapes ISP u know of
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    YOur local phone-company should be able to offer the cheapest...My local company charges me 35$ for 1.5mbit dsl... while bigger companies would charge 44+ for the same service.

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    Who's your local phone company and where you live?

    MY local phone company is SBC. I use the 29.95 plan but it lasts only for a year and after a year it's 39.95.

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    My fastest download speed is 40 KBPS
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    This thread makes no sense.

    What's cheapest/available in my area has no relation to what may be cheapest/available in yours.

    Go here and do your homework ( assuming that you live in the US, of course, a fairly important bit of info that you neglected to provide...)
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    Man STFU i am just trying to find out what the prices range from compared to Dail-up
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    Originally posted by ttttttttt@11 November 2003 - 18:55
    Man STFU i am just trying to find out what the prices range from compared to Dail-up
    hes only trying to help, anyways bitchin' isnt allowed in the forum....

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    ok. let's c. no more bitching. now, where do u live?

    and i would go with cable instead of dsl. it's slow, expensive, and buggy. while cable is so much faster, cheaper, and easier to use. the only reason y dsl came around is cuz with cable, u might have to share the line with ur neighbor. but wtf. i'd go with the faster and cheaper.

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    Arent there peak times which eventually lead to a slowdown of your connection?

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    Originally posted by ttttttttt@11 November 2003 - 11:55
    Man STFU i am just trying to find out what the prices range from compared to Dail-up
    Oh.

    Well then, I just feel terrible.

    My DSL is free.

    Feel better?
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    Originally posted by Shiranai_Baka@11 November 2003 - 15:05
    Arent there peak times which eventually lead to a slowdown of your connection?
    I've used cable for a few years now, and I've always heard the same thing, but I've never had a problem with my connection slowing down. Seems if the cable company doesn't have too many people on the same node. Then it isn't a problem.
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