Discussion in 'Green Room' started by veronica, Jan 7, 2004.
ISP is Internet Service Provider.
Telling us where you are would help.
where they are is the application forum...
just try your local phone company, they own the lines, and since they don't have to pay lease on them, they are usualyl a few bucks cheaper.
In FRance, the cheapest isp is Free Telecom, 30 euros (38$) for 2048/384
i don't mean to derail the thread, but this cought my attention
Off Topic: Now that is funny... Best Cheap High... made my day
i can't believe nobody has moved this thread...
I can't believe you give a ****.
Strange indeed, a serious time zone issue I guess...
I use SBCdsl and its only 26.99 for 1.5 down 256 up.
I hear AOL dial up is good!
dial up ? AOL ? hahaha
Me FreeAdsl, 29.90 euros (almost the same price as you in dollars), 2.4 down and 384 up
You hear wrong!
I read that is the price for the 1st 3 months, then the price goes up to $50 a month.
Thanks for the replies.
Bump for more info.
at what point in time did you get the impression I did???
I seriously just couldn't belive that nobody did seening how **** retentive some people used to be here.
jesus howling wolf, I'm truely in envy, I am paying a rediculous $40/month for 384/128
man, why is the **** of **** retentive edited, clearly not a swear word. This almost ironic, **** is anally censored.
That $26 deal is for 1rst time DSL subscribers, requires a one year contract, and I guarantee it will go to $50 at the end of that year. SBC did this s h i t 4 years ago, a year after I signed up.
On the bright side. I haven't had a single problem with my speed or connection in over 3 years.
DSL will cost $40-50 a month long term. Most likely $50. Cable can be had as low as $35 if you get lucky.
Checkout http://www.dslreports.com/ for service quality, pricing and availability in your area.
PS I love defeating the bad word filters, though it isn't much of a challenge...