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Ruben Safir wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 10:58:03AM -0400, Ron Guerin wrote:
>> If it's about price, we're
>> talking your cable company or Verizon. Take your pick between them.
>> No need to explain to me how Verizon is evil, I know all about it, but
>> those are your choices.
> Which is bizzarre because outside of the political issues, who would use
> DLS today at the prices things are at.
Verizon's getting very aggressive about FiOS, their FTTP offering, which
aside from the particularly crappy router they want you to use with it,
is much faster and available under similar terms as Verizon DSL.
They've also been in the news for ripping your copper out at their box
to ensure you can never return to DSL.