ATT is required to offer naked DSL for $19.95 in markets that are at least 80 percent upgraded for broadband. That describes many of ATT's biggest markets, says Kimmelman, who helped negotiate the settlement. Under the deal, ATT's cheap DSL products will clock in at 768 kilobits per second.
Almost makes you want to close the doors on the rural market and let the FCC/Gov fund/force ATT or whoever to provide service in these underserved areas. It is going to get to the point where we are only going to be able to compete in areas where DSL/Cable is not available. I am not sure about
I know it's not the answer your looking for, but I am in a market served by cable and dsl all at just as fast rates and just about the same pricing or less. My advantage is the personalized service. When was the last time the owner of ATT went to the home of a customer and gave them support.
Taxes, fees, and recovery surcharges are extra. Modem is free. Early term is extra. They didn't mention if you had to have a Cingular account. George Rogato wrote: ATT is required to offer naked DSL for $19.95 in markets that are at least 80 percent upgraded for broadband. That describes many
Nice words from ATT but... I'm in Los Angeles County only 1/2 mile from the city/country line. ATT doesn't offer DSL here - apparently they don't think there are enough customers to justify the cost of upgrading their network. Will ATT be required to offer DSL here? It sounds like they will
is leaving town. Rural America doesn't like. Ross - Original Message - From: Jack Unger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Monday, January 29, 2007 4:53 PM Subject: Re: [WISPA] $20 'naked' DSL Nice words from ATT but... I'm in Los Angeles County