[lug] DSL service
chrism at peakpeak.com
Sat Nov 13 20:04:34 MST 1999
>Now all you get is downstream speed from this site, and they probably won't
>be able to configure Linux, but @ 350 setup, 49 a month, 750K downstream
>isn't to outrageous, so long as you have line of sight to Lookout mountain.
Interesting how they can say no network outages, kinda like saying
you invented a perpetual motion machine.
"Our integrated solution guarantees you'll access the Internet the
first time and every time - with no busy signals or network outages!"
Guaranteeing no network outages? BS.
>From: Michael J. Pedersen <marvin at netinfra.net>
>To: lug at lug.boulder.co.us <lug at lug.boulder.co.us>
>Date: Saturday, November 13, 1999 5:07 PM
>Subject: Re: [lug] DSL service
>On Fri, Nov 12, 1999 at 08:37:23PM -0700, cstpierre at gilead.com wrote:
> > Damn, I thought I had it bad with US West.
> > (Gripe and moan - You may want to skip this section)
>You did have it bad. That just means you were a customer of theirs, though
> > (Solution)
> > After I finally switched to PrivateI/Interlink ( www.privatei.com ), I
>Another site for me to look into. lmi.net is, unfortunately, too expensive
>for me for now ($700 setup fee), and I'm outside of USWorst's DSL range, and
>AT&T's cable range.
>Anybody have any affordable options (ideally, $300 setup fee (or less), and
>more than $60/month).
>Michael J. Pedersen
>Check out Ding! at http://www.activerse.com
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