[lug] Longmont DSL?
catkinson at circadence.com
Fri May 11 11:27:31 MDT 2001
Ok, thanks. I'm actually looking for a new place and am trying to
decide if I should even think about DSL in Longmont or Erie.
> There are some areas that can get DSL. Like Ken said, get a neighbor's
> number, or your own and check QWest's WWW page. I happen to have two
> whammys against me. I live in a new neighborhood, that's about 100ft
> (or so) over the limit, and Qwest decided to run fiber into my
> neighborhood. So, basically, I'm SOL.
> Another option that will become available in Longmont in the next month
> or so is Sprint Broadband. According to Tom Valaika at
> http://www.coloradodsl.com, Sprint is just waiting for FCC approval to
> turn on the Longmont towers...
> > Chip, you can qualify your house with your phone number using USWest or
> > most DSL ISPs. If you don't have a phone number yet or are considering
> > getting a place, use your potential neighbor's.
> > On Fri, May 11, 2001 at 11:03:52AM -0600, Chip Atkinson wrote:
> > > Greetings,
> > >
> > > I've seen discussions about DSL in Longmont. Is it basically a DSL
> > > desert there, or is it available in some places?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Chip
> > >
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