noted my DSL is going away. But there's a silver lining. My
soon-to-be new provider, Raw
Bandwidth tells me that there's now a remote terminal in my area.
That means I get the DSL from it rather than the "local" central
office. So instead of having 384kb/sec down, I should be able to get
a more respectable 1.5Mb/sec.
As Mr. Burns would say: Excellent.
(Just don't get me started on how Direct TV is screwing their existing DSL customers. That's a story for another day...)
Posted by jzawodn at December 16, 2002 10:13 PM
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