07-04-2013 12:41 PM
Just wondering what wireless gateways are available in Southern California. Was only offered the 3800HGV which is totally unacceptable to me since it is a 5+ year old device and as only "G" capabilities. I've been using "N" for at least 4-5 years with our AT&T DSL service and can't figure out why we must "step-back" to use the forced U-Verse service in our area. The original sales rep told us we would not get a "2-Wire" router and the resulting phone-calls have been very difficult for me, the last three phone people are simply awful putting me on hold for ages and never coming up with a solution. Unfortunately, our change over "total home" service is on hold until AT&T can get me a responsible agent!
BTW...the installer/repair guy was at helpfully and knowledgeable but could not overcome the AT&T rules.
Thanks for reading my vent...Darryl
07-04-2013 12:55 PM
07-04-2013 1:07 PM - edited 07-04-2013 1:08 PM
Re: Southern California Gateways?
07-04-2013 12:55:09 PM
07-04-2013 1:34 PM
07-04-2013 1:38 PM
Maybe they offer a modem without the "phone & TV" services so I continue using my current "better" solution!
Which U-verse services do you have? If you are an internet only customer, there are wireless N gateways; however, those gateways must be purchased by the customer.
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