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By lmmsnastygrl ·
which internet service providers would you recommend that is fast and fairly inexpensive?

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by philiprickard In reply to internet service provider ...

For Home or business use?

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to internet service provider ...

A lot depends on where you are as well.

Remember this is a Global Forum with contributers from all over the world so unless you give a specific location you're likely to get ISP's from Pakistani to anywhere else in the world. :)

Col

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by dmiles In reply to internet service provider ...

For Calif
Net Zero - High Speed 15.95 it is reliable and fast,yet when traffic is high is be a little slower

MSN,Earth Link,AOL,Comcast they all proveide DSL high speed yet the cost of service runs arount 45.00 a month,then you have Yahoo whao has a special that it offers at 16.99 for a limited time then increases to 40.00 after offer expires
This applies to home adn not office

We have T1 connections at work place,but the cost is determined by a flat rate

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by mjd420nova In reply to internet service provider ...

Here in S.F. Bay area the fastest is Comcast with
average downlink speeds near 4Mb and uplinks near 400kb. For around $45. and special offers
at $20. for first 3 months. SBC has DSL but
the tiers are based on downlink speeds, I've been
quoted at about 1MB for $60.a month and 128K
uplinks. Dial ups are anywhere from $10. to
$40.(AOL) a month and options are secondary and
cost more. If you can get cable, GO FOR IT, they offer the best return for the money and
you'll never go back to aanything slower.

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by mjd420nova In reply to internet service provider ...

Here in S.F. Bay area the fastest is Comcast with
average downlink speeds near 4Mb and uplinks near 400kb. For around $45. and special offers
at $20. for first 3 months. SBC has DSL but
the tiers are based on downlink speeds, I've been
quoted at about 1MB for $60.a month and 128K
uplinks. Dial ups are anywhere from $10. to
$40.(AOL) a month and options are secondary and
cost more. If you can get cable, GO FOR IT, they offer the best return for the money and
you'll never go back to aanything slower.

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by wlbowers In reply to internet service provider ...

DSL is going to be fast.

RoadRunner is going to be fast.

The service providers in your area are going to be a different story.

You can deal directly with direct tv. They will work with a provider in your area. But you pay them.

Bellsouth.net is the best provider in the midsouth.

Lee

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by wlbowers In reply to internet service provider ...

DSL is going to be fast.

RoadRunner is going to be fast.

The service providers in your area are going to be a different story.

You can deal directly with direct tv. They will work with a provider in your area. But you pay them.

Bellsouth.net is the best provider in the midsouth.

Lee

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by lmmsnastygrl In reply to internet service provider ...

in redding california and for home use tyvm

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by lmmsnastygrl In reply to internet service provider ...

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