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Created: Oct 6, 2007
Hoosier_1 Created: Oct. 6, 2007
formercanuck wrote: Ugh... those aren't all that great on the download I'm sure he's subscribed to Express ($20/month with top download speeds of 1.5 Mbps). If more speed is desired, they have Pro ($25/month, up to 3 Mbps), or Elite ($35/month, up to 6 Mbps). The upload speeds (up to 1 Mbps) do not change among those packages.
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Created: Sep 6, 2007
Hoosier_1 Created: Sep. 6, 2007
spd2demun wrote: According to that, speeds would be based on "loop length"? How would the customer determine that, if you only know the "distance" you are from the VRAD? Right, speeds would depend on loop length. I don't think the customer will need to know their loop length per se. I'd imagine it will work in a similar manner as AT&T's ADSL service. For that, no one need...
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Created: Sep 5, 2007
Hoosier_1 Created: Sep. 5, 2007
kopeah wrote: I'm just curious if ATT have any plan to bump up the bandwidth so that they can compete with Verizon FIOS service. AT&T said in June that they will offer "customized higher speeds based on distance" in 2008. We don't know what the new speeds will be or exactly when they will be available, though.
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Created: Sep 3, 2007
Hoosier_1 Created: Sep. 3, 2007
Thanks for the clarification. I had misread the original post and thought they were having trouble sending e-mail through an office e-mail account from home (which I thought was caused by port 25 being blocked).
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Created: Aug 8, 2007
Hoosier_1 Created: Aug. 8, 2007
Uturnaroun wrote: Why is port 25 blocked anyway? You can read AT&T's official explanation here . AT&T Internet Services (AT&TIS) is taking positive steps to help combat junk email and spam. In addition to network upgrades, free spam filtering and anti-virus software, AT&TIS is implementing outbound email SMTP port controls to ensure that its network is as reliable as poss...
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Created: Aug 8, 2007
Hoosier_1 Created: Aug. 8, 2007
See this page from AT&T's help website. It's unfortunate that tech support didn't know about port 25 blocking (evidently you would have to get to tier 2), as they should be able to unblock the port for you. Otherwise there is an online form that is described in my previous link that will let you request to have port 25 (the one used for SMTP) unblocked. Some people at uve...
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Created: Aug 8, 2007
Hoosier_1 Created: Aug. 8, 2007
kathleen wrote: Do we get a personal website with our U-Verse account? That depends on whether you count GeoCities as a personal website. Since you can get that without a U-verse account, probably not, but you should be able to use your AT&T Yahoo ID to create a GeoCities page. I'm fairly certain, however, that such a page would be ad-supported like all the free GeoCities...
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