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Old 11-08-2007, 03:56 PM   #1
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right now i have rr along with digital cable from time warner

i was thinkin about switchin to at&t u-verse digital cable and internet

does anybody have at&t?
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IF your talking about DSL..

Well all i know is around here DSL is WAY WAY Slower then Cable Road Runner.
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Hmmm...I'd be interested to hear what you decide.
I currently have RR and Digital Cable too, but my DSL service through Verizon gets turned on today, so I am going to hook it up when I get home.
Hoping the DSL service isn't much slower that the Cable, but it is 20$ a month cheaper.
I'll let you know haw that seems compared to the RR
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DSL = FTL
My average d/l speed with RR was 6 mbps
My average d/l speed with comcast is 13 mbps
Our DSL at work has an average speed of 1.5 mbps.
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I haven't had any complaints about being a DSL subscriber with aT&T, but I also started with SBC, who was then bought by aT&T. My friend just tried to go with the same company, and they screwed him over ROYALLY.

He'* since gotten Cable (Internet/TV/Phone) with Charter Cable and couldn't be happier now.
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Well, if you are comfortable with ALL of your internet traffic being monitored by this liberty loving government, go with AT&T

http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Countd...room_1107.html
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I am using the DSL now and I see no difference.
Haven't tried to DL anything yet though.
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