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03-04-2008 7:10 PM
03-04-2008 9:54 PM
03-05-2008 2:47 AM
Okay, who's next?
TWC (now Comcast here) blows...they lie a lot, have constant price increases (disguised as equipment rental fees), lousy customer service, horrible SD picture (in my area)...
The Internet (DSL) doesn't share a *pipe* with everyone else, so you won't experience any lags at a certain time of day (when a lot of people near you hop on).
Pip, it's your turn!
Message Edited by spd2demun on 03-04-2008 11:55 PM
03-05-2008 8:10 AM
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03-05-2008 11:17 AM
03-05-2008 1:06 PM
03-05-2008 10:13 PM
Yeah - they won't cover my DirecTv contract... especially since I _really_ only want Internet or Internet + VoIP.
@hogrunr wrote:I think I might have asked this before canuck, but have you asked anyone in sales at ATT if they would cover your contract-break fee from DTV? Some reported they got their fee refunded by ATT when they switched over.
03-10-2008 6:35 AM
03-10-2008 6:38 AM
07-23-2008 5:32 PM
I have 10mbps service through Roadrunner, and 10mbps Max Internet through U-verse.
At 6pm, my U-verse speeds drop down to 1.5mbps or less to many hosts like Microsoft and Apple (and countless others I've tried). Some routes DO continue to work fast, though.
At 6pm, my Road Runner connection runs at full speed.
My RG shows not a single uncorrected error, and my TV service works perfectly. There is no local issue with my line.
I am trying to work with U-verse support to see if they can find better routing for me but I kinda doubt it will happen. It's looking like I'm going to have to keep Road Runner if I want consistently fast internet service.
So much for that whole shared bandwidth theory.