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Posted Jul 9, 2013
3:18:19 PM
uverse and dial up

If I get uverse on my home computer can i still use my account for dial up on my remote computer?

If I get uverse on my home computer can i still use my account for dial up on my remote computer?

uverse and dial up

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Jul 10, 2013 4:13:44 AM
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What do you mean by remote? In a residential setting (one account per address) you can only have either ADSL or ADSL2 or VDSL on a line to your home not a mix and match, in a business setting that is allowed by using multiple line feeds.
What do you mean by remote? In a residential setting (one account per address) you can only have either ADSL or ADSL2 or VDSL on a line to your home not a mix and match, in a business setting that is allowed by using multiple line feeds.
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Jul 10, 2013 6:17:47 AM
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tandj71814 - By dial up you mean a 56K modem & you dial the ISP access. It works on a tone like a fax machine. You can continue to do that, if yp need to.
tandj71814 - By dial up you mean a 56K modem & you dial the ISP access. It works on a tone like a fax machine. You can continue to do that, if yp need to.
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