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INTERNET NOT AVAILABLE BUT NEIGHBORS HAVE IT? (CONTINUED)

ON AUGUST 1, 2021, @SPOOM2 SAID,

spoom2

31 minutes ago

You're not worth the key strokes.  Twisted pair over coax? Really up on your technologies. 

This is a user to user help forum. It is not an AT&T support site. I am not an AT&T employee, read the ACE's disclaimer at the bottom of this post

spoom2
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27 minutes ago

"The original topic is 4 years old and no meaningful posting going on now, so closing to further posting."

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@SPOOM2 - THAT IS COMMUNISM SHUTTING PEOPLE DOWN MINUTES BEFORE THEY CAN COMMENT! FUNNY HOW YOU HAD NO BONES ABOUT COMMENTING TWO MONTHS AGO IN THE SAME THREAD! AND YOU KEPT COMMENTING UP UNTIL I PROVED YOU WRONG FROM EVERY VANTAGE POINT. AND I'LL PROVE YOU WRONG AGAIN WHERE YOU COMMENTED, "You're not worth the key strokes.  Twisted pair over coax? Really up on your technologies."

YES I AM UP TO DATE. I HAVE TO BE WHEN YOU ARE TO CHEAP TO MAINTAIN COPPER/FIBER LINES AND NODES, AND INSTEAD JOCKEY TOWERS THAT HAVE OBSTRUCTIONS ALL AROUND.  AND YOU DON'T LISTEN. REREAD EVERYTHING I SAID AT LEAST THREE TIMES UNTIL IT SINKS IN:

https://forums.att.com/conversations/att-internet-installation/internet-not-available-but-neighbors-have-it/5defc7dabad5f2f6063cca55?commentId=6106ddc08c48957e22086ac4   

IN SUM, AT&T DOES NOT MAINTAIN COPPER/FIBER LINES BECAUSE IT'S INCREDIBLY EXPENSIVE YET YOU WON'T ADMIT THIS. IT'S CHEAPER TO JOCKEY TOWERS AND NOT DEAL WITH CITIZENS THAT DEMAND REASONABLE COPPER/FIBER MAINLINES LIKE MYSELF. I GET IT. AND YET STILL YOU ARE TO PROUD TO ADMIT THIS.  I GET IT.

AND MOCK COAX FOR THE PURPOSE OF SELF-DEFLECTION IF YOU WILL, BUT AS EARLY AS 2006 AT&T FIGURED OUT, BEFORE THEY COMPLETELY SOLD OUT TO COMMUNISM, THAT USING EXISTING COAX WHICH IS THE MAJORITY OF AMERICAN HOMES, COULD THRUST SPEEDS TO CARRY 320MBPS THROUGH HPNA (5-50MHZ)!

SO YEAH, I'M WAY AHEAD OF AT&T TODAY, AND IRONICALLY ALL IT TOOK WAS GOING BACK TO MARCH 2006, JUST BEFORE U-VERSE WAS RELEASED. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE SPEED OF FIXED WIRELESS? NOT 320MBPS!

https://www.convergedigest.com/2006/03/homepna-begins-work-on-320-gbps-over.html (CLEARLY A TYPO; SHOULD BE 320MBPS)

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2006/11/8176/  (HPNA gets speed boost to 320Mbps)

OH, OF COURSE NOBODY IN THE RESIDENTIAL MARKET REALLY ACHIEVED 320MBPS, BUT RATHER MAXED OUT AT 18MBPS THROUGH U-VERSE HPNA THE SAME YEAR (WHICH MOST AMERICANS DIDN'T QUALIFY FOR BY THE WAY), A FEW MONTHS LATER FROM THE DATE OF THE PRECEDING ARTICLE, IN JUNE 2006, WHEN U-VERSE WAS INTRODUCED TO A VERY SMALL MINORITY OF THE AMERICAN PUBLIC.

NONETHELESS, AT&T PROVED BY MARCH 2006 THAT 320MBPS CAN BE ACHIEVED REGARDLESS OF THE FACT AT&T WAS AND STILL IS TOO CHEAP AND LAZY TO EXPAND THE NODES AND MAINLINE INFRASTRUCTURE TO MAKE 320MBPS VDSL/VDSL2 TWISTED PAIR OVER COAX HPNA (OR 3GBPS FIBER OVER COAX HPNA) HAPPEN ON A NATIONAL SCALE!...

AND SO FAST FORWARD TO TODAY AND WE HAVE LAZY-MINDED PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF GOING ALONG AND GETTING ALONG WITH CHEAPSKATE CORPORATE AND GOVERNMENT DECISIONS THAT HAVE WRECKED TELCO MAINLINE INFRASTRUCTURE, PLUGGING THEIR EARS, MURMURING TO THEMSELVES, AND PRETENDING THAT SOMEHOW AN INTERMITTENT AND FREQUENTLY DROPPED 6MBPS-25MBPS FIXED WIRELESS DOWNSTREAM IS BETTER THAN A RELIABLE 

320MBPS HPNA COAX.

CASE IN POINT: IF AT&T GAVE A RATS (Edited per community guidelines) ABOUT THE CONSUMER, LET' SO FOR EXAMPLE, ON THE FIBER SIDE, THEY WOULD INCLUDE F-81 COAX BARREL OUTPUTS ON THEIR OPTICAL NETWORK TERMINAL LIKE THE OLDER DSL INID THAT THEY DESTROYED IN AMERICA! FUNNY HOW THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES STILL HAVE RELIABLE AT&T DSL AND AT&T IS DESTROYING AMERICAN DSL. OH, I FORGOT, CHINA OWNS AT&T NOW. SILLY ME FOR EXPECTING TOO MUCH FROM A COMMUNIST CORPORATION. 

CONCLUSION:  AT&T SPENDS MORE TIME, MONEY AND RESOURCES DESTROYING VALUABLE COPPER/FIBER INFRASTRUCTURE THAN BUILDING UPON POTS/DSL/VDSL/FIBER/HPNA/COAX!

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