12-02-2013 10:57 PM
I realize that I am near the end of the Att Uverse signal on the line in Imperial/Arnold MO (per their own tech who came out for a 3rd time for issues with a brand new DVR and adjustments for speed for Internet and HD TV). But honestly, if they sell me a speed for minimum up and down speeds, I expect to hit them. I have not and have been told that since I am at the end of the signal/line, that until ATT builds closer to my home, I will be paying for services that I can't get but they will be more than willing to sell me and my family speeds and HD TV services that are slow or buffer 95% of the 30 minute show. I am "ALMOST" willing to go back to Charter, since they are more local, they can sell and support their local equipment and have their speeds at my home closer to what they would be selling it to me at.... But Charter is the worst for customer service and even worse for lines being down, which would lead to unscheduled power/service outages without any gifts or awards for dealing with their problems.
I am stuck between a rock and a hard place. Wife is fed up with ATT services as a hole, (Slow DSL for streaming tv & Internet, service interruptions) and wants to go to another carrier. Don't know who else to get that is economical and solid performance - anyone help us out??
12-03-2013 6:26 AM
12-11-2013 10:39 AM
I have 24 MG internet know. 45MG is not yet available in my area but is coming. What would be the advantage of going up from 24 to 45? I am trying to decide if it will be worth the extra speed. I am not a gamer I only surf the net and stream video. According to VUDU customer service 24 is high enough to stream their highest quality hd video. They said anything over 15 and you should not have any problems.
12-11-2013 11:21 AM
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